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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST By Me Manns BRINGING UP FATHER UOVT TOUR WIFE THAT TOO ME LIFUSHFD LATfcv n BEM1 ME UP IF I HOW THAT DlONT 06O FOR IbEirV GOT uAT PERONNEWILL BETAKEN The Sport Page WILL BE IN NEW BASEBALL RESULTS 000 5 0 000 0 and Archer Tyler and Kill Second 003 7 0 200 9 0 Ring and Wingo Hendrix and Killi NATIONAL S3 41 New 68 51 64 57 60 60 54 64 51 66 50 63 44 74 and Louis divided a double header here the visitors losing the first game one to nothing and winning the second 4 to Score Louis 4 2 Pittsburg 7 1 Doak and Gonzales Cooper and Second Louis 2 4 1 Sherdlell and Block Mayer and New York shut out Brooklyn today 4 to Score 000 5 1 New York 7 0 Afanjuard and Wheat Toney and won a double header from Cincinnati here The first game was a pitchers Scores STORAGE SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charg and Repaired 811 7th Strest Phone 616 AMERICAN Boston 71 49 69 54 69 54 New 5S 58 Louis 56 63 Chicago 55 04 Detroit 52 67 Philadelphia 50 71 Knocked Keating out of the box Jn ning today but was not able to over come New Yorks lead and the visit ors won 6 to Score New York 012 11 0 Washington 000 004 7 4 Mogridge and Hannah Ayers and No others INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark 593 Buffalo Rochester 496 Binghampton 672 Second 7 13 8 Rochester16 7 Jersey City 055 Toronto City 022 Toronto Baltimore 462 Hamilton 7 12 BAR IDLERS FROM PARLORS National Billiard Association Sup ports Work or Fight WE BOIL EM We boll 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 i ANDY The Radiator Man Rear Dallas Hotel Upstairs New followers have taken action to actively support the work or fight order issued by Gen eral The National Billiard Protective association has started the It issued to the roomkeep ers pertinent request to keep all ablebodied idlers out of your The officers of the association emphatically that the organ zation was about to help win the war and to cooperate with the government in every It was pointed out that amateur and professional billiard players had joined he tenant Nathan former national amateur champion the Appleby and room keepers of wore among the Because some billiard rooms lounging places for idlers who might better be loading shells or shooting them at the the association started its campaign of agitation They have had printed large signs to be in the patriotic rooms throughout the The signs read The management of this room re stricts Its purpose and use to workers who desire recreation and exercise Ablebodied idlers are undesirable and are requested to keep Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cook E Peck 308 Second 665 Ayro TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 13th 8t Ellison Mills I The following are the draws in the BiAnnual Competition for the Ewert Hup to be played Labor rom 9 Judge Jackson Hincks Menzie Davidson Skeith Reid Paterson Duff Fox Shepherd Crawford Kirkham McKillop Chaney Hume Adams Macleod Toll Oxland McArthur Craig McCready Smith John Mack Bawden Fisher Waddington Guilbault Cocq Bertrand Crawford Harmon Pennefather Livingstone Dinning Mayor Hardie McSwain Freeman Kellogg Burns Hyde King Parker Wilson Poapst MacGregor Deaper 22 Nelson Macbeth Hogg Peat Toombs Gibbons Long Marrs Maddison Hiam Any member omitted will be includ ed by bringing it to the attention of the secretary or handicap committee The obligation is on the first named to make arrangements mutually con venient with In the event of opponent not being able to same must be brought to the attention of the handicap All players whether eliminated or not are reminded that playing in the hole competition necessitated payment of fifty cents entrance The secre tary will be on the grounds with cards at start of EXCELLENT YEAR Last Year He Had Series of Re verses But b An Ace This Year PI AGE IN Very Little Chance of Baseball Next Season Under Such Conditions Car not Working Well Lately Overheating Losing power Fairly eating gas and oil Bring it to Let us clean out the carbon and Install INLAND ONEPIECE PISTON RINGS Then take the old boat out and watch the gasoline and oil bills go down and the power go BUOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE1 WORLDS SERIES Granting that the Cubs and the Red Sox meet in a worlds it will be rather for though both Bos ton and Chicago have flown pennants by yet is so happened that never before has a Chicago team taken a banner when a Boston club in the other league was also victor Not the curious fashion in which these two pennant winning towns have been kept from fighting each won in the American but Pittsburg was tha Nation al Chicago teams were the won in the Nation but Detroit took the American as in Cubs won while the Ath letics triumphed in the won in the New York in the Boston Braves triumph but faced the Athletics in the big Red Sox and met Sox won and bat tled White Sox won and met tho There have been 14 worlds series since the two leagues marie peace and either a Chicago or u Boston club has figured in ten out of the the two towns never sent their stars against each Life for Burleigh Grimes last year was one defeat after but this what a difference The Robins pitching ace is proving himself to be almost In fact the right bander has been unbeatable since the afternoon of July On that day the after losing their last nine opened a series in Grimes was selected to twirl and he was opposed by Jim ItlooR ed as though the Robins string of de feats were going to be stretched to But Grimes proved too much for the league After battling six teen rounds the Robins were returned the winners by a count ot 3 to That victory launched Burleigh on his pres ent winning and last Monday in Cincinnati Grimes hung up his ninth straight win estab lisheda seasons There have been no flukes about Burleigbs nine victories In a row as be started and finished every but ttSfjiM acted in the role of relief hurler m one Ho went to the moundafter a game was hopelessly a but he has not had to be removed from the box in any of the games he has Burleigh has defeated the Reds and Phillies each twice and the Cardinals once so far during the winning He has shut out the his old twice and the Phillies In the nine games ten runs have been scored against him and he has been nicked for fortyfive This Is an average of a fraction more than one run per game and five hits a Pitching The Robins pitching ace has ac complished several wonderful twirl ing feats during the streak of vic Perhaps the greatest was his work which started him on his win ning During thefirst nine in nings of the game Grimes held the Cubs to three hits would have scored a shutout victory had not his mates made two errors in the second frame which enabled the Cubs to score In the fourteenth inning Grimes was in a deep hole and it appeared almost certain that the Cubs were go ing to score the winning run before a man had been the first man face Grimes in that in drew a Mann was safe when Olson fumbled grounder and when Merkle bunted to Grimes the pitcher fumbled the ball and the bases were filled with none The fans were moving toward the Burleigh then took the situation in hand and forced Paskert to raise an easy pop fly to Olson for the first Deal fouled to OMara and things look ed brighter for the Barber batted for Zeider and forced Merkle at second and the Cubs were held run In another game at Ebbets field against the Phillies Grimes prevented Pat Morans men from scoring after they had filled the bases with none It Is situations like that which finds Grimes at his and he gen erally succeeds in pulling out ofholes with colors Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Phone 1023 324 11th Strset How many active ball players would be left for use on the diamond if the new draft age provisions advocated by the war department are approved and put into with the law read ing that all men who have not reached their 46th birthday by a certain date say September 6 shall be classified and either inducted into the army or placed at some essential war work would be the average fans and he probably would add I guess Bobby Wallace and Nay Lajole and a tew more like them would be If the figures ot a baseball record keeper are correct as to ages of the there is absolutely not one player out of the hundreds who have been seen in active service on the diamond this past in ma jors and who would be above the draft A Detroit baseball who is old enough himself to know says Norman Elberfield would be the only active player ex but as a matter of fact the famous Kid was born in which makes him 42 years Elberfield Just Seems from bis length of service in would seem to be on the shady side of but the Kid started playing when he was about 17 years he still was now and when the Southern league season closed in Had the writer who picked Elber feld as the only active player above the new draft age cared to dig a lit He into the dope he could have dis covered that the oldest active player in point of years as well as length of is right in the majors He Is Bobby who plays the infield and does it now and then for the Louis Wallace was born in November of so that even he is of draft age under the new law that is expected to be in force be fore he reaches his 44th As for length of he was playing professional ball in 1S93 when Bber fold was still a semipro on the lots of Honor Belongs to McGlnnlty Actually the oldest ball player who did any active this so far as the records was Joe the veteran who twirled a few games In the Pacific Coast International Joe was born In March of and is thqs a year and a half older than but even he is in the new draft McGinnity started his professional career the same year that Wallace broke Going to the other the youngest player in the major leagues may have been a few younger in the Clifton outfielder on the same Cardinal team with which Wallace Heathcote has passed his 19th so he is of draft age under the new regula Thus Uncle Sam gets them1 coming and and its no use to figure pn baseball for next year If tho new draft law Is as it undoubtedly will MOM Paottr nearly forty most which are In Huns Supreme Effort With theFrench Army in Germans making a supreme effort to maintain their positions on the plateau north of Sols They are throwing fresh troops against both the French and Ameri cans and are disputing the ground foot by After the unsuccessful enemy at tempts a few days ago to retake tho heights west of SoissonsCoucy Le Chateau known as the Ornte De taken by one French division Included men from three different divisions of infanry and two battalions of crack mountain loss of this height and a further advance made it all the more necessary for the Germans to prevent the allies from gaining ground on the plateau in the region of the last heights defending the of tho where it runs eastward before turning southward again to ward the Chemin Des The enemy has reinforced his line thera with some of his best divisions of shock Greater Resistance The French third army met with greater resistance today along the line of the Somme and the Canal Du The German opposition was partic ularly stout in region of where it was necessary to have artil lery reduce Tonight the villages of RouyLe Grand and east of areIn the hands of the French while the canal they have Breulli Moyencourt and La Panne North of where General Humberts troops also are approach a counter1 attack against without success The Germans appear to be strongly reinforced by artillery along the Canal Du Nord where their resistance is After the capture of Noyon French troops advanced eastward to the south ern slopes of Mont CHINESE COMMISSIONER yes terday saw the first Chinese appointed a commissioner of the superior Song Foos petition to Justice Tellier for this being granted by His Song now has power administer iN riNUKii jltoM FRONT VisenArtolse and Hauconrt was only taken through the utmost resolution and gallantry of tho troops who though they had been in action three pushed forward unmindful of heavy loss and intiiiit only on at talmng their The enemy ail aionf the line has stiffened ItlB funse to the utmost and we have Identi fied units of no loss than n dozen di visions in which has bfion held by three companies with sixteen machine guns to They have received orders to resist to the i Triumph Through Unlike the initial surprisij attack iighiirg has been of the most san guinary anl it only only by valour and superior morale that our trqops have Casual ties been to the enemys losses In wounded and prison ers our own Is His determina tion to cling at all costs to his closcn line of defense was shown early this evening when entirely fresh divi sion was brought hurriedly up from Douai and thrown Into the attack on our troops in front ot Jigsaw Wood and It failed as our men held their ground and demonstrated once again the superiority of the Cana dian soldiers against overwhelming Our gunners doing great work Too much given to our signallers working under heavy cross shell have maintained over a broken and blasted wire connection be tween tne scattered units and their The heavy repulse lio suffered in his counter attack last evening probably sickened the enemy as the line was practically static last Fresh troops are being thrown in by the enemyl Weather It is fine Our troops this week have been fighting under miser able conditions constantly drenched to the skin by torrential rains and ploughing their way forward through a sea of The roads have suf fered and the work of the the forward movement of batteries and so on has been hampered by tho The chalky soil drains and when the sun all goes WHY YANKS ARE OUT OF RACE Miller Huggini Has Long Tale of Our old friend Miller for merly of the National but this season with the Ban Johnson circuit as pilot of the New York has a tale of wne that barkens very much like the troubles and tribula tions which have beset the Pirates of tho National The Yanks are cut of the running for the according to who tells why as follows Pitcher Russell with tho Sparrow Point ship Outfielder Bodio with the Hobolten ship Outfielder Miller the Hoboken bhlp Zlpp Peck with the Wilmington ship Pitcher with a muni tion team in First Baseman Plpp with an avia tion school in Outfielder Armujtfe M home In Pitchers Fisher Catcher Ruel and Outfield ers Vlck and Camp in the When this cyclone blew around polo grounds Hug had to go and raid the It was just like starting all over and he has secured Honk Ham Jacques Joe Hay Keating and Tom but you cant expect these fellows to rub shoulders with Shrunk and the other BOH ton Red Hug gave tho boys a scars in the American league and although his Yanks are down in fourth place he will not be pushed out of New York painted a farce and misfit as a man Reaching Montreal after tin absence Of five years among the Eskimos In Qranv Land in the Arctic Fred erick a 1ur fcif Jitst rt war going Your Storage Battery Is the Heart of Your NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OP LOSS OF MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN BE TRACED TO A BAT THE GRAHAM MOTOR ARE WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW ONES Manager The 1919 Chevrolet has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank Throw Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box ;