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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta The Sport Page BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN 70 49 Washington 69 53 Cleveland 69 53 New York 57 57 St 55 63 Chicago 55 84 Detroit 52 66 Philadelphia 49 71 won todays game 8 to by a rally in the sixth Score 12 2 Philadelphia 10 4 Coveleskie and ONeill Plerson and Bush fanned thirteen Detroit players but the visitors won 2 to when they two runs in the Score 7 3 Boston 6 1 Kallyo and Spencer Bush and New York vir tually clinched its hold on a first div ision position here when it de feated Louis in two games by scores of 4 to 2 and 7 to the second game going twelve Nuna a former New York player made six hits and a base on Scores First 9 0 New 9 1 Wright and Severoii Mofrldge and Second gamer St Louis 14 5 New York 13 1 Houck and Severoid Mogrldge and No others SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All of Batteries Charged and Repaired 111 7th Street Phone 618 NATIONAL Chicago 79 New York 67 Pittsburg 63 Cincinnati 59 Brooklyn 53 Boston 51 Philadelphia 50 Louis 43 40 50 56 57 63 66 63 73 won two games from Pittsburg today 7 to 6 and 8 to The visitors hit timely in both Scores First Philadelphia 11 1 11 4 Hogg and Sanders and Second Philadelphia 11 1 Pittsburg 7 1 Watson and Adams Sanders and No others INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Binghampton 1 Toronto Newark 2 Rochester Baltimore 3 Buffalo City 1 Hamilton WE BOIL EM We your radiator in a preparation that thoroughly cleanies making it easy to dis cover and We are better equipped in this waythan the only boiling outfit in the dis ANDY The Radiator Man Rear Dallas Hotel Upstairs CHASE SUES suspended first baseman of the Cincin nati National league team late today sued the Cincinnati Exhibition Com owners of the Cincinnati base ball for which he claims is salary due him and He ap pends a copy of the contract which he says was entered into by him and the company January and which stipulates a salary of payable each two weeks during the play ing The contract he sets forth was for a period of two years PalaceGarage SECOND HAND CARS FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 308 Seeond 665 Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Phone 1023 324 11th Street Dowllng AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETRKADINQ REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison We have a few Odd Lines of Casings Which we wish to clear out before our fall stock While they we will sell as listed below 2 Traction each 1 Ounlepi Special each 1 Traction 32x4 each 4 Traction 33x4 each H Plain each I each BLJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE LAST OBSTACLE TO August Herr chairman of the National Base ball while attending the Republican State convention at Col last received the offi cial permission of Provost Marshal Crowder for the pennant winners of tho National and American Leagues to engage in a worlds The tele gram was sent to Herrmann here but was forwarded to him at Colum It reads The request contained in your let ter of August asking for the ex tension of the application of the work or fight order to professional baseball players of the winning teams of the National and American Leagues is granted by the secretary of The period of extension will be until Necessary instructions have been issued by Signed The granting of this permission re moves the last obstacle to holding the worlds series which will start in Chi cago on COLLEGES Gridiron Sport Pays the Bills for Otjier Games and Should be Continued New must bo re stored if college athletics are to be says an authority in such Every one who is well posted at all on college1 sports is aware of the fact that football is the angel of practically every other pastime on the intercollegiate The colleges have tried for two years to run their athletic programs without featuring football and the result has been a dis couraging one There are many who will argue that there should be no money considera tion in college sports should be run without the slightest attention to the money end of This is one idea of but unfortunate ly it is not a practical College sports can not be run without as overy hardheaded alumnus who has been S O 3d for is well Athletic no matter how informal they may must be equip ped with apparatus even though they go without the services of a profes sional Equipment costs Take tho experience of the Cornell university track team last for Tho Ithacans confined their activities to a very limited area last winter and yet the fortnight before tho intercollegiate championships found the treasury un able to stand the strain of sending a championship to The students and alumni were appealed to with tbe result that the necessary sev eral hundred dollars were subscribed from these sources and Cornell sent her team to the game to win the Prom the west conies the report that unless some new way of rais ing money is found many of the west ern colleges will have to confine their athletic activities 10 the Interclass contests next The absence of football is felt in the west oven more than in the and the westerners aro giving serious consideration to the plan of restoring football as an abso lute necessity to the success of the athletic program mapped out for their SERIES IS annual fall series between the two Louis major lea gue teams will not be played this according to an announcement from Business Manager Robert of the Louis Quiun said that under no condition would ho ask the members of the Am erican league team to compete In any games after September the official closing date rf fsajor Percy Haughton First L Owner to Enter Service The resignation of Ferny Haugh toa from the presidency of the Bos ton Braves to take up active duties aa a major connected with the na tional army chemical war servicet strange to excited littlo or no Major Haughton is the first National league club owner to respond to the call of the Cap Til half owner of the New York Yan enlisted shortly after the United States entered the and Ban Johnson last fall threatened to but Haughton Is the first National leaguer to take the Haughton has for years been one of the foremost figures in American sport He gained fame in the lato 90s as a football and baseball player at Harvard Later as a Haughton comes from an old Massachusetts family and for years held an executive position in the State Street Trust company of His coaching system at Harvard revolutionized modern He was a great organizer and a driver and unquestionably the will find him valuable in organizing and driving the very important work con nected with that arm of the He will sojourn only for a brief time in Washingtonand will be over in France so many of his onetime footbaft pupils are ma king touchdowns aiw from the field in the vital game against the Potsdam Of it was im possible for him continue as the chief executive of the His resignation was accepted with re Major Haughton has had a wide training in military For years he wag in the first corps cadets of Boston and made a study of all tho military duties with that energetic organizations Later he went to the Plattsburg mil itary even before Uncle Sam threw his hat into the international It is well known among Haugh tons friends that he has been pining for a chance to get Into the biggest game of He is and always has been an expertin the more redblooded games of Nothing than he take a hand in the grandest game that was ever presented to the He was made president of the Braves In shortly after Jim Gaffney sold the It is almost too obvious to say that the but for the now would have one of thebest teams in eithei Officials of the club have absolute ly nothing to say about the election of a Piesident to take the place va cated by Those close to the workings of the team believe that Business Manager Walter Hapgood is directly in line for the position of chief believing him to have had the necessary experience as well as the Innate Pending the election of a president the chances are that Hap will carry the presidential duties with his present not very light obligations connected with the biggest ball park in the MCOSTSALOT Magnates Will Close Their Parks But it Will Take 000 To Pay 1919 Bills The owners of the Red Browns and Cardinals also will be compelled to settle heavy All of the other clubs will be pursued by coldblooded It ia estim ated that within the next twelve months the big leagues will hand over nearly to their with nothing coming In at the box FRENCH TAKE CHAULNES attempt will be made to reopen the American lea gue parks next Even if it should be possible to use players exempt in the next President Johnson would be sustained in his determina tion to keep the gates closed until the war is that the government doesnt favor profes sional baseball in any form and that an effort to keep the sport alive under limited conditions would not meet with popular It is pointed out that baseball was attracting the uaualpatronage until Secretary Baker declared the sport nonessential whereupon the atten dance figures began to decrease until at present many of the ball parks are practically In Johnson has arrived at tho conclusion that baseball will amount to nothing unless tho governments attitude ig which is entirely out of the The National will sus pend operations until peace Is restor Costs Magnates Although there will be no major lea gue baseball next the magnates must keep on paying rent and The former Federal league backers have claims of nearly that must be settled in Tlio owners of the Giants will have to pay for thn Polo Grounds in rent and together with over head charges on the The Brook lyn club has sonio big notes to aim the interest on several The Phillies will be rcQuired to pay a years rent to Charles Webb COWTIHUBD MOM PAN Ae British struck at the hinge by attacking and breaking through from Gravelle and That is why the Germans are mak ing such a determined resistance and also why they are reacting so furious ly at the other end of the line be tween the Ailette and the If the enemy cannot prevent General Mangin from advancing toward the SoissonsCoucy the entire Sev enth army on the Vesle will bo put Ira It is also essential for him to keep General Mangin away ifrom the Oise because if he should retire from Noyon to the Hlndenburg line between Chaulnes and La he would be obliged to march along tho Oiso under the fire of the French guine or make a long dotour by way of Defeat Bach day accentuates the German defeat and adds to the losses in material and Since July 18 the allies have taken well over one hundred thousand The guns captured have numbered more than one thousand ami there also have been vast stores of The British troops from August 8 to August according to Marcel Hutin in the Echo De Paris alone took 000 prisoners and 460 Tho Bri tish casualties in the same he were far less than the number of Germans they Severe Fighting There has been severe fighting in Delville where South Africans died in the first battle of the About six oclock yesterday afternoon a determined counter attack launched by the remains of the 117th German which is known to have lost 2000 prisoners since August Gray Dort Motor Cars Advance Rumely Engines Sharpies Cream Separators GIVE US A ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE LETHBRIDQi HOTEU PHONE 1644 Irrespective of other The Welsh holding this sector fell back o short distance before the weight and numbers of the attackers and took Up a position between High wood und BazentinLeQranck N6t Sacrificing Lives Press Dispatch from Renters Heuters Tuesday evening from Britishheadquarters in Prance re ports that the enemys artillery retal iation has been comparatively Croisolles remains in German and the sunken roads north and west thereof are strongly held by enemy infantry We are following the pol icy of not forcing the pace by the sacrifice of the correspondent Routers states that the weather is and the visi bility for aircraft is GERMANS NO FROM OLLJES JAMES DEAD Ollle of died this morning at a hospital at where he has been ill for some tumbled off the looked behind at them trudging along in the S This here is faded wijh am munition and when the to fall those blokes got oft In a he explained a trifle Maybe 1 that lot was married tnon and if their number was up theywanted the mis sus should get a more of them than a irpuser which is all they would have had to show If the old hooker hit There is an incident illustrating the spirit of the Canadian When they camo into this Debatable instead of issuing orders the evac uation of the civilian population the Canadian force issued orders for disposition of the civilian in the territories about tobe recaptur x Take a plug of fra cut a pipeload of fill your pipeandlightitand enjoy the sweetest smokeof your Your Storage Battery Is the Heart of Your Automobile NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OF LOSS OF MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN BE TRACED TO A POOR BAT THE GRAHAM MOTOR ARE WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR 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