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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I.PAGBSIX THE LBTKRWDGK DAILT HERAID FRIDAY, AUGUST 1918 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manns The Sport Page BASEBALL RESULTS CtadttD at! 000 000 OOIH 5 Chicago......000 000 S. 0 .Eller and Archer; Tyler and Kllll- ter. Secoiid t 7 0 Chicago 3 0 Ring and Wiugo; Hendrix and KiHi- Farrell. Chicago Xew York Pitlsburg ___Cincinnati Brooklj-n Boston. Philadelphia St. Louis NATIONAL Won; Lost 32 41 C-S 51 64 CO 51 51 50 44 .60 61 66 6S 74 P.C. .607 .672 .529 _.snn .455 .436 .443 .373 PitUborg 4ug 29 and St. Louis divided a double header here today, the Tisitors losing -the -first ganfe one to nothing and winning the second 4 to 1. St Louu Pittsinrg Score 4 2 'Doak .-and Goniales; Cooper and Schmidt .Second game- St Lonis Pitlstarg Sierfiell and Schniidt-' York sbul out u lodav 4 to 0 Score Eroollim iOOO 000 5 1 10 4 1 Block; Mayer tand York Si- Louis Cnicago }Blroil Philadelphia AMERICAN Won. 71 69 69 5S- 56 Lost 43 51 54 5S 63 :Crounded and crs Is light; His determina- tion to cling at nil costs to, hjs. c'losen line of defense, was shown'early this .an c-uttrely fresh divi- sion ivas brought hurriedly up tram' Douai_ahd thrown. Into the counter-, attack on our troops in' front o] Wood arid Botry. It failed as our men held their ground onca again the superiority of tho Cana-. dian Soldiers Jigainst 'overwhelming iloln oss ,o Nesle, ar'e-in the hands of tho French vrhile the'canal they have Brcullf mbers'. Our gun'uerH are C great work! Toorriiu'ch-pralEa given to shell fire, ve miinlained; over'R-'broken and ,-._.. _.jsted :c6ur.trj', wire-'conncclion be-. La' Panne- Jtween (he scetlered "units and their where General The heavy refjuiso iio iroops.aiBp_o.rcrappTOacn. aUack last ihg the Germans launched j against IMprchain couhtcr'-.'attaeie. wHIicut appear to be .'strongly, 'reinforced 'by artiUerj' along the. where their resi5iar.cc 'IJ Stiftenfng, After- tho: capture. of Noyon Frencli troops advanced eastward to the south- ern slopes of Mont SL Simeon. aw that la eirecled to be in force be- fore ho reaches his 44th for length'of service, lie, was "playing professlonai -ball 'iii 1893 when Bbcr- Central Repair Shop Alt KINDS OF AUT6 REPAIR HANDLED PROMPTLY AtfD CAREFULLY. Storaje, Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Alia. W. H. Peeling bases were filled with none out. Thi fans were moving toward the exits Burleigh then look' the hand ana-forced Paskcrt-to easy pop fly lo Olson for the first ,oul Deal fouled to O'Mara r.nil things look ert brighter for ths Hoblna. Barbe balieil for Zelder and MerkT at second and the- Cuba were held'run leas. J In another game at Bbbets ficl against tho Phllltcs OHmda prevented i 5at MoTan'a men from Hcorlng aft6r they had Dllod the bases'with hone out. It la situations Hkfl finds" Crimea at'his and he gen' erally succeeds In pulling out of'h'ojea with eobr? WHV YANKS ARE OUT OF. RACE Miller Hugglns Has Long of Our Miller-Hugglns, tor merly of the iVallonal league, buUhls icason with the Ban Johnson circuit M pilot of the New York Yankees, Has a tale of wnn that jiajVcne very much llko the troubles IHbuli- tlona which liave beset the Pirates .of the Nallonal lcagup.: The Ynnka are cut of tto.running for the title, according 16 Hug, who (ells why as follows! Pitcher nussell with tho Sparrow Point shin team. Outfielder Bodlo with tho Hob.oIMn ship team Outfielder Miller wllh the lloboken ifilr) team. 4. Zipp reck with ihlp leara. Pltchor Thojmnlilisn with o muni tlon team In Flral Baseman Plpn witli on aria Uon itchool In Hoslpn. Oulfloklw stills semi-pro on the lots of Cincinnati. .-Honor Belongt to McGlnnlty Actually fhe oldest ball player, whp did any1 active service: this Bcasorj, so far Va.'tha records" 'Joe McGInnity, the yeUran pitcher, who tWlrledLa games in the Pacific Coast ..International league. Joe was born, in March.of 1873, and fa thqs'a year end a half older than .Wallace, he (s in the.new draft age. McGinnHy started hia profcssidnal career: the same year that Wallace brbko Inv (q the other the youngest player in the major leagues here ma.y_have been.a ?ew younger 6u'.nelder on the same Cardinal team ytttfi iihich Walface playtf. llcathcote 'as'pissed his 19th birthday, so he Is f draft ago under 'tho new regula- ibris.V -Thus Undo Sam gets Ihem1comlng It's no use (o flgtlre nibaseball for next year i( the new raft law IB passed, as It undoubtedly will be, CHfftESE COMMISSfONER Jlontrcal, yes- terday appointed a commissioner, of, tl.ie superior court, Song r'oo'a petition to Justice Tcilter Cor Ihla granted hy His :Lordsh'lif. Koo, therefore, iiow'has-power to admlnlsler oaths. evening, probably sJtkened the'enemy as the line wa'a practically ,static last night Kresh trobps-'rire lieihg thrown in hy the eneinyl V H is fine today; 'Our troops this week have been able conditions constantly, drenched to the skin by torrenljal rains ami ploughing their, wa'yjforward through a sea ot mud. have suf- fered and the worlt ofTthe Iraosports, the, forward movement of batteries and so" on has been hampered by tho weather. Tho chalky .aoll drains quickly, and; when tho sun shines, air goes well.: Storage Battery Is the Heart of your ftutabile! NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OF'LOSS OF POWER.' MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN BE TRACED To A POOR BAT- TERY. THE GRAHAM MOTOR-CO. ARE WELL EQUIPPED TOiTAKE CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES. BATTERIES RECHARGEp, OLD .ONES RESIUJLT AND.'fyEW. E. AINSWORTH, Manager lomo.fn Cuba. Shawkey, fefctnty Catcher' Rue] and Oulfiefd- era'Vlck and Camp In the serrlce. cyclone blew around ilic polo grounds' Hug had .10 BO and raid the It was Junl like starting azaln, and he haa secured Hank Koblnsoii. (lam Myall, Jtoiucs 'Jon Flnncrin, Kay Koatfng aiiil Tom Scalon, b'jt you can't expect theBe- fellows to rub shoulders with lllUh, Busli, Itlxiper, fitriiiik and.the other Btwlon Red Sox. ;lfug gave tbo boys a BCara In. (he American league'and although his Yanks are down In.lonrUi place lie wli' be pusbcd out of New York painted a farce and misfit as a man ajcr. Reaching. Montreal after nn alacnco dtf five yvcars amoilg tho'BrAlniog In OfiliJ taml In Ihe Arctic Circle, i'rcd irlck Smllhcrn, a fur fradwy iwracd tut to w The 1919 Chevrolet has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank Throw Yonr OH Tires and Tobet in Our Red Cross Box ;