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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 2,1917 TUB LETHimiDGE DAILY ilKHAM? ^-gga i I i ii J'_"i i 1 1 -m__n_En_jjxj_i_iiui___u�.jj_i_LL.ii_a3- PAGF. THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus |MR.jiHE WHy THE DELANO .r '-Ttiiiry ii ' >\�vl'UL HAVE YoO UMDERbTAND j^AAtLF-MADE-' -7 >�AM A V/OMAM MADE A FOOU OF .ME TWO ^EA^-b A40  AND' - y - >T5 AND VOU HAVErST b .. Wiggen, If .. McCumbor, if 4 2 2 0 1 1 4 2 2 2 7 U 3 10 10 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 33 10 9 27 16 3 Score by innings: Lethbridgo .. . 000 000 000- 0 3 2 Carmangay . . . 031 2U0 Olx-10 9 3 Summary-Two base hits, Stakke; stolen bases, McCabe, Hawkcs, Merlak, Merrill 3, Wiggon, McCumber 2; struck out, by Rutledgo 7, by Merlak 4; bases on balls, off Rutledge 3; hit by pitcher, by Rutledgo 1, by Merlak 1; double play, Merrill to Hawkes to .McCabe; earned runs, Carmangay 4; passed balls, Rutledge 2; left on bases Lethbridge 2, Carmangay 3. Time of game 1 hour 30 minutes. Umpire Cundale. ROWLAND LEADS PICKING STARS That Is Why He Got Chance With Comiskey-Veach His Discovery IDENTICAL RESULT The ice box propagates a chill; The furnacQ holds a flame. But either costn so much to fill,  The finish la the same. -Washington Btar. Carmangay. 29 0 a 84 11 3 AB R PO A E McCabe, ss . . .. 4 1 0 3 3 0 Hawkes,, 3b . V... 3 0 0 8 2 0 Heard, cf ..... 4 0 0 0 0 0 Jensen, c ., . .. 4 a a 4 2 0 Stakke, lb ..    t 3 a l 13 1 0 Chicago, Aug. 1.-Clarence uowiand, manager of the Chicago White Sox, tells the world how ho became manager of a big league club. He tells why Charles A. Comiskey took him from the minors without any previous experience in the big show. The prtn-j cipal reason seems to bo epitomized in two words: "Happy Felsch." Rowland writes this story for the fans in the Baseball Magazine: "I have encountered an undercurrent of criticism. ever since I have been in the league," says the White Sox pilot. "The fact that I was a minor league manager nnd was called upon to handle some of the greatest stars in the game was considered a most unusual occurrence. Perhaps it was. Certainly no one was more surprised than myself at Comiskey's choice. Sees Star in Larry Doyle "When I was in tho minor leagues I had occasion to see Larry Doyle, I was much Impressed with his work and wanted to recommend him to some worthy owner. I talked with a friend who knew Comiskey and said to him: " 'Now,, if I was acquainted with Comiskey I would tip him off to this j young follow.' This friend said, 'Well, j you must bo on your guard against 1 gottlng too confident. Perhaps he is only a flash In the pan.' " 'That's true enough,' I admitted. 'I know there is a groat deal of risk in buying a young star. But If I were an owner I would take the risk on Doyle and count the money well invested.' "I got to thinking tho matter over and the more 1 thought about it the hotter I liked it. Finally I decided It would do no harm to take a chance, so I sent Comiskey a wire telling him about Doyle and advising a purchase. I understood later that Comiskey did put in a substantial bid, but the Giants got him. Give* Comiskey Anothsr Tip "Another ' promising youngster who eame to my notice was Bob Veach. He was batting out doubles and triples, showing all the earmarks of a comer, though still in the rough. The more I saw of his play the better I liked it. finally I'decided to tip off Comiskey. He thought enough of the tip to send out a man to look Veach over. But the scout's impression was not so favorable as mine, and Veach went to Detroit. "By this time I bad becomo well known to Comiskey. He commissioned mo to go to Milwaukee and look over the strong points of Felsch. I was much impressed and advised Comiskey to go to the limit in securing thin brilliant outfielder. This time Comiskey camo through and bought Felsch at a good round price, and lias never regretted the investment. Gets Job as Sox Manager "It was after the Felsch deal that Comiskey called me into his office and said to me: 'I have some news for you.' 'What is it, Mr. Comiskey?' I asked, never dreaming that he would spring the surprise he did. 'Just this,' he answered, 'I want you to manage my ball club.' "For a moment I was too much astonished to reply. 'Do you hesitate to undertako the job?' he asked. " 'Not at all,' I answered. ' I am ready to begin any time you want me.' "My appointment has caused a good deal of criticism, which is natural. A manager usually is an ex-big league star chosen as much for his fame as a player as for any managerial ability he may possess. The theory is that because a man has been a great player he must know a lot about baseball, and therefore, must, perforce, be a great manager." Sport Summary Chicago, III., Aug. 2.-A. L. Jackson of the 8pokane Club of the Northwestern League has been purchased by the Pittsburg Nationals and is to report immediately. George Wiley of Syracuse, N. Y., won the 50-mlle motor paced bicycle championship race at Revere, Mass., last night, In 1 hour 11 minutes 29y2 seconds. Percy Lawrence, San Francisco was second. ERTLE GOT DECISION. St. Paul, Aug. 1.-John "Kowple" Ertle, of this city, last night won a newspaper decision over Roy Moore of Minneapolis in a 10-round bout, at the local American Association park. Ertle gained bin' advantage through his superior strength. The men are bantam weights. DEMAND THEIR MONEY. Montreal, Aug. 1.-The office of the National Jockey Club was in a state of siege all morning, with over 100 employees of the Maissoneuve race track and persons of every description clamoring for money. The horsemen claim that the owners of the race track, which closed a 7Hlay meet yesterday, were withholding payment of purses and salaries amounting to more than $7,000, and they were threatening serious consequences to the tiiick owners it their claims were not. attended to. SURPRI8ED. "I have called, sir, to ask your permission to marry your daughter." "Thank you, young man. This is tho first time that I can remember ever having been consulted first about anything appertaining to the plans of my household." The Autoist Wko Seeks The best equipment for hta car will make no mistake when he drives up to our door. For here he will find all the newest and beat in auto supplies of every description. We handle standard product* only and the satisfaction they ensure fa atteated by the regular patronage of many of the most experienced motorists In this locality. We Sell Warner Lenses Complies with the Alberta Motor Vehicle Act which requires two white lights In front. BAALIM MOTOR CO. �ACK OP UNION RANK HARRY HOkMANt MgA � 18 ;