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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD AUfiUST 28, 1018 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manns The Sport Page Percy D. Haughton First N. L. Owner to Enfer U. S. Service BASEBALL RESULTS Boston Washington Cleveland New York St Louis Chicago Delrojt Philadelphia AMERICAN 1 Won. 69 69 I 57 host. 49 P.O. .653 .566 .566 made six hits and a base on balls. Scores: First SI. Louis 9 0 New 9 1 Rogers, Wright anil Severrfid; Lore, Mogriuge and Haima Second SL Louis .iJ 14 6 New York 13 1 Hoack and Severold; Finneran, Mogridse and Hannah. (No.others scheduled) LASI OBSTACLE I" 4. 500 f 52 45 6G 71 .411 .459 Philadelphia. Aus Cleveland Von today's game S to a rally in the sixth Inning Score Cleveland 12 2 Philadelphia 10 4 Morton, CorelesVle and Jolnson, Pierson and McAvoy Boston, Aus .Bush fanned thirteen Detroit players today, but thfe visitors iron, 2 to 1. when ther scored two runs in the eighth ScorV Detroit.. 7 '3 Bostoa-, S I Kallyo and Bush and AgnDTT. New York, Auj. York vir- tuallyclinched ils -hold on a first 'dlv posit ion here Uoday.-when it de- feated Sr Louis in two games b> scores of 4 to 2 and 7 to 6 the second game going Uelve Innings Nnna maker, a former New York player Pillsburg, .Aug. won two games from Pittsburg toJay 7 to 0 and S ti 2. The visitors hit time'? In both games. Scores: First Philadelphia i 11 -1 il 4 Prendergtst, Hogg and Adami, Cpmsjock, Sanders and Schmidt. 4 Philadelphia Will SERVICE" StATION HENRYjJDENN Proprietor All Mikd of Batteries Charged and Repaired >11 7th S. Phone Chicago York Pittsturg Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston Philadelphia' St. .Louis NATIONAL Won. Lost. 73 67 63 59 53 51 .SO 43 40 50 56 51 63 60 631 73 P.O. .6G4 .573 .523 .50SP .457 .436 .552 .371 Pittsbiirs 1i 1 TVatsoa'ano1'Adams; Sillier, Sanders and. Smith. (No others scheduled.) INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE BinghamplOEi 4, 11, 1; Toronto 3 4, 3 0, 2; Rochester 3, 10, 4. Baltimore 3, 4, i, 7, 0 Jersey City 22, 27, 1) Hamilton S, CHASE-SUES CLUB. .Anj. Chase, suspended first baseman of the Cincin- nati. National league team late to-day sued the Cincinnati ExhlbHIcn Com- of-the Cincinnati base- rail club, for which he claims i salary due him and unpaid He ap- pends a copy of the contract a Inch h'e ;aya was entered Into by him and tho compare Januars 31, 1917, and which stipulates a salary of 'pa) able each weeks during the plaj Ing season The conlrac, he acls forth was for a pariod of two vpats WE BOIL 'EM We >ooil'your radiator In a preparation that cleaosra It, making It easy to dts corer ta leaks Wo are better equipped In this Uum tho oilr boiling outfit In the dis trtcJ V ANDY Man" Re.r DaltM Hotel (Upttairs) Palace Garage SECOND FOR HAND CARS SALE. DAY AND NIOHT W.S.Cook SOS Second Ays. E .E. Peck MS Central Repair Shop ACL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREF.ULLY. Storage. Acctisorlet, r Pkww 1023 11th Street South, Al'a. W. H Dowllng AUTO TIRES OF ALL sizis VULCANIZED Br the fanioai HarWood Sntem RE-TREAOlNQ REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen All work gapranfeed. Special Equip- for Kim Cut Repaln. H D. RITCHIE 204 13th St. S. Opp. Ellfsdn Kills Cinclnoati. Aug. August Herr- ann. chairman of Hue National Ikisc- 11 Commission, is-hile attending the epublicia Stato convention lit Col- mbus, last teceEvetl the oHl- permission ot Prbfost Marshal rowder far ilie pennant- winners of LA Xational and American Leagues to gage in a world's .series, tele- sent hto Jlr, Herrmann here ut was torvvai'ded to him at Colum- ns. It reads: i "The rnquest contained in your let- er of August ashing for the ex- enslon-of the application ol the work r'Tight order tu professional baseball laj-era of the winning teams.of the National and American Leagues is Tanted by the secretary of war..The erlod ol extension will be.nnlll Sept, Necessary instructions have ssued by telegraph. (Signed) "CHOWDER.' Tho granting of this permission re- iovos the last'obstacle to holding the world's series start in Chi cago on Sept 4 Gridiron Sport Paj3 ihe Bills for Other Games and Should be Continued The resignation 6f Percy D. Hansh- .oa from the presidency ot the Bos- ton Braves to lake up active duties as a major connected with the ria- army'.chemical war service, strange (o Bay, excited little or no -Major Kaughtoh is tho first National league club owner ;to respond to the call of the country. 'Cap" Til Huston, half owner of Ihe New York Yan is. enllsltd'shortiraiter the United :tes entered-the': war, and Ban Johnson last tall threatened to enlist. but Haughton Is the' first National leaguer to lake the step. Haughtbn has -for years been one of the foremost figures In. American sport history. He gained fame In tie lato 'it's' as a football and baseball player at Harvard 'University. Later ss a coach. Ilaughtou comes from ah old and lor years held executive position in' the State Street Trust company ot Boston. coaching system at Harvard revolutionized modem (oollnll. Ho was a great organizer and a driver and unquestionably ;theN. A. C. W. S. will find him valuable In organizing :and driving the very, import ant work con- nected with that arm of the service. He sojourn" only for a brief time In .WasbtngUm and will be over In shortly, so many of bis one-time football pupils are ma king -touchdowns and goals irony the field m tho vital jgame "against the Potsdam peril OC course, II was Itn possible fur him to. continue as the chief, executive of [the Braves. V" Hii resignation was accepted re- gret. Major Haughton has had a wide tralnlD? in military mat For years he was in the- vndola )f iioslon and made n study of all ,ho.military ilutles connected with Jiat energetic organlzalons work er.he went to iriit- itary; canip, even before "Uncle Sam threw his hat into the Interrialionnl ring..1 It Is well known among Haugh- that he has been pining Into the biggest all. lie is and always has been in.expert in the.-more red-blooded sanies of peace. Nothing; flttsir, then, thari he take a hand in the grandest game'.that, was ever presented to the world. He was mada nresirtent of tho Braves In December, 1915, shortly after Jim Gaffney sold the club. It Is almost too obvious to say that the Braves, :but for the war. now; would have one of the best teams In ctthe: league? Ofiicials of the club have abeolute ly nothing to say about the-election 6f a President to lake the place cated'by Haughlori.L Those close to the workings of the.team believe that E. Hapgood Is. directly "in line chief jtxecuttve, believing him to have had-ihe necessary experience as well as the innate'ability Pending the election of a president the that "Hap" will carry the presidential duties with present not" vbryVlight obligatioiit; connected with the ball park-in the world. Irrespective ot other casualties Welsh 'troops' holding Ihlj scclor !l bick n shori ill tunce ieforo the weight and bumbers' of Iho altackers nd took up a position between Not SuriflcinB Liver London Aiie Press Jispatch from fteutera limited) neuter's'TiiesjRy; evening report from headfliiaftera In Franco re- that the.eherays nrlillery retal- atlon his been comparathelj ncoK Croisellej remains In (lerman hands 1 the surkon rdads north end west hereof are elrongly hold by enemj nfantr) are following ihe pol cj ot not forcing the ps-o by the acrni e Of lives' Ihe r-jrrespondeuL adds t i Reuters cotrespordent states that ho weauie- Is anil the 'llitj for alrcrajt' is bad DEAD Washington Aug morning atva hoapllal at Baltimore. where, he 'has for some time, ORGANIZED BALL New Football must to re- ifored if college athletics are to bu continued; an-aulhority in such matters. Every is well pealed at all on college sports 13 at he fact 'that of praeli.cally pastime on he The' colleges tave. tried (or two years "to rnn their athletic' Eeaturing 'ootball and the result 1ms been a dis- o-irasinf oh3 financially. There are raany.who will argue that there should be no raoncjr tion In college that sports should be run without the slightest at tent) onto the m oney: end it, ThS 9 is one Idea ol things, but uritorfuriate- ly U Is not a practical College spnrls can not bS runrwlthout iiioney> every hard-headed has teen S 0 Sd alumnus who -'I IBOSTSALGJ Magnates Will Close Their Parks But it Will Take :000 To Pay 1919 Bills Chicago, Aug. No attempt will be mails to'reopsn the American EUO narks neit year. Even If It: should lo use players exempt, in the next draft, President Johnson would be sustained In his'deleriril'n'a tion to. keep the gates Johnson'cohtends that the, government doesn't favor nrofe- eloiial baseball in any fo'rhi'and that an effort to keep the sport alive under limited conditions woftld not meetwiOi popular fayor. The owners of the Red Sox, 3rowns: nnd Cardinals also will be compelled to settle heavy obligations. All ot tho other clubs will be pursued by colil-blooded landI6tds. It is estim- that within the: next twelve Uis the big leagues will over nearly thslr nothing coming'In at the boi offices. We have a few Odd Lines of Casings -re wish lo clear oul before our fall (took arrises Oar tut, will cell as Holed i 2 Tnctlon Tread, each J2500 1 only, Dun lap, Special tatt 2300 1 only, Dwnlop, Traction Tread, 32x4 each 4420 4 Dun lop, S3x4 exsh Z rimtont, PUIn Trtid, 32x4 each wily, FlrertftrK, Non 32x4 e.-Kh 3500 BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SEBVICt" oharap'.onshlps fonnr] the treasury un- able to slanil Hie strain or sending a championship to Philadelphia. "The students and alumtit were apneaTetl to with result that 1he necessary sev- eral hundred Collars were subscribed from these sources and Cornell sont her teaol to the game to -win the charnplonihlp. Iho. west comes the report vhleEs some new way of rais- ing money Is found faiany of Ihe west- ern colleges if hare to confine Ihelr afhleUc activities'. lo the Inler-dats conlc.ita next season. The ahscnrc of football Is fell In the West even more than !n the east, and the westornera arj giving serious consldernilcn to the plan of restoring football .13 an abso- lute niiceislly to tho siicccst of the alhlellc proerarfl mapped oat for their ST. LOUIS SERIES IS OFF. SI. Louls.'-Che .inniial lalf'scries belween.fhc IwoSI.. IxraU m a jor lea guc teams will not bo played thb year, according to an announcement Irom Buelnys Manager Jtoie'rl' Onlnn, o! the St. louls Amorlcoiu. j tho Brlllsh struck at the hinge by attacking and breaking through fi'om Oravelle 'and Cr6IeBllles. .That is why the Germans are mak lug "such u determined resistance, and also wby Ibey are reading eo fUTiu. ly at; Ihe other the line be- tween the AlEctte and the' Alane. I the enemy cannot prevent Gc'nera Mangln Irom advancing toward the Solsaona-Coucy road, thp entire Sev enth army on the Veato 'will be put la jeopardy I forhjm to General Mangiri away from becauae If' he should retire from to the Hfncienburg lino between Cliauiilea arid. La; Fere, he c., oltfj.g thp Olse under Ihe fire of Ihe French grins or make a long deloiir by. way of Gulscard AccintuaUt Defeat Each: day accentuates the. German defeat abd adds to tho loaiea In mem nialerial.and prisoners, ;Slnce July 18 the allies have taken well over one hundred, thousand 'prisoners. Th guns have 'more than thousand ani there also have been atorei of aramunllion TKe flritlsh troops from Augusi S to August 25, according to Marcel Hiitfn In foiho De Paris alone took" 45.- 001) pflsoncra and 460 guns. The Brf. tlshbasu allies In the same period, ho Ollle M. i'.of, Kentucky, died this ED FlOKT PiOF'l tumbled off the lorrle. looked behind :it them trudging along In the mud. This here lorry is laded wilb am- munition and when tbb shells "begin to fall those blokee got off in a hilrry, he'explalned a trifle bllterly. "Maj-be tliat lot was married men.and.i( their number woa.up waBled-tKa: mis- sus should get a lilt a rouser butloii, fthlch is about all Ihcj would have had to shon If Hi.. old liooker lilf'tis. Tliure.ii an Incident illustrallng the spint ot me lanadhn force Vt hen they canlc into this ilellatallc secto: instead of Issuing orders fo'rthe" evac- uation of the eivilbri the Canadian forco Issued orders for the Uispdsillon of the in the territories about to be cd. says, less than the number of Ocj-nianS they raptured. Severe Fighting' There has been severe fighting In Dclvlllo Wood, where Soulh Africans died In the first battje of the Sotmnc, Aboul, six o'clock yei'lerdav afternoon A delorrnltied counter -attack WHS launched by Iho remains of Uio division, whtch (0 have lost 2C40 prisoners since August Gray Dort Motor Cars Advance RoMerf Engines Sharpies Separators OlVe A CALL ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE PHONE 1M4 grantMasterMastoJ, cut a ppe-load of it, fill your pipe and Ydpr Storage Battery Is the Kejirt of Your Mbmobile! 'NEGLECt'OF IT IS ONE Or THE CAUSES OF OF POWER, MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN BE TRACED TO A POOR BAT- TERY. THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO. ARE WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKE CASE OF VOUR BATTERIES BATTERIES RECHARGED, OLD ONES SOLD. REBUILT AND NEW E. AINSWORTH, Muager The 1919 Chevrolet has Arrived SEE FT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company of Union Blink Throw Your Old Tira and Tnbei Red Cross Box ;