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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta / WKONRSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1917 lIlKbKTIIMmiHilS DAILY illil'.ALD PAGK THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" I WANT XOU TO CO OUT TO THE C**A I Vfl&M TO CO FOR - A RIDE-j- �K By G. McManus HErsRX.^o OUT TO THE CARAFE AND SEE. WHAT'S ALL MUM 1 OFFICER-!> Chicago........ 55 Brooklyn....... 51 Boston........ 44 l'ittsburg...... 35 34 46 52 55 53 55 C,T> G7 r.c. .CG7 .535 .519 .51S .509 .481 .404 .343 Took Double-header Washington. Auk. 14.-Washington took a double-header from New York 1 to o anil 10 to 1 today. Tho opening contest was a pitching' duel between Shaw and Mogridgo. Errors by Baumann and Peckinpaugh, and a double steal resulted in (ho only run. Walter Johnson won the second game, recording his seventh straight victory. Now York......000 000 000-0 fi 2 Washington .. .... ,000.000 01x-l.._4__JL Mogridge and Walters; Shaw and Henry. Second game- Now York......000 001 000-1 fi 2 Washington.....050 221 00x-10 14 1 Cullop, Love and Nunamnker; Johnson and Alusmith. Pitchers' Battle Philadelphia, Aug. 14.-A twirling duel between Bush and Ruth today was won by Philadelphia from Boston 3 to 1. Meyers had a finger hurl and left tho game. Boston........000 001 000-1 7 0 Philadelphia .. . .003 000 OOx-3 7 1 lluth and Thomas; BuhIi and Meyers, Schang. Defeat Tigers Detroit, Aug. 14.-St. Louis defeated Detroit 6 to 4 today, bunching hits In the fourth and fifth Innings for all their runs. Boland retired at tho end of the fourth after allowing three boat's on balls and four hits. St. Louis......000 330 000-fl 7 2 Detroit........002 000 002-4 9 0 Davenport and Severold; Boland, Cunningham, Khmko and Spencer. Divided It Cleveland, Aug. 14.-Clevohind and Chicago divided a double-header today, Chicago talcing the first 3 to 2, and losing the second 4 to 3. . In the second gamo Speaker was hit In tho liead with a pitched, hall and retired. Cleveland outbatted* Chicago 3 to 1 In the first gamo, making 12 hits, hut could not make them count. Chicago.......200 100 000-3 7 0 Cloveland......000 000 020-2 12 2 Williams and Schalk; Covelesklo lid O'Neill. Second game- Chicago......000 000 102-3 8 1 Clovolund......200 010 01x-4 10 0 Caber, Danforth and Schalk; Morton and O'Neill. AMERICAN Won Lost Chicago........ HO Boston........ 65 Cleveland...... fil Detroit........ 58 New York...... 53 Washington..... 51 Philadelphia..... 40 St. Louis....... 36 43 42 53 54 55 57 64 71 P.C. .617 .607 .535 .518 .491 .472 .384 .336 Pittsburg Took It Chicago, Aug. 14.-Jackson's daring ; baso running in tho 12th inning and i weakening of Douglas gave Pittsburg j the final game of the series, 2 to 0. Jackson grounded to left and stretched his hit into a double. In the hit and run Bigbee singled and Jackson scored. Alter Bigbee was out stealing, Carey singled and scored on Boeckle's double. Pittsburg . . .000 000 000 002-2 10 0 Chicago . .000 00.0 000 000-0 9 0 raoper^aiVd ~vT,"Wagner; Douglas and Dllhoofer. Divided Another New York, Aug. 14.-New York and Brooklyn divided another double-header today, the Giants winning the first game, 5 to 4, and losing the second 3 to 1. The second game was marred by a fist fight between Stengel and Fletcher In the sixth inning, in which other players joined. Both principals were ordered from the field. A feature of the double-header was six home runs, four of which came in the first game. Fletcher won the first game with a two-base hit In the eighth, driving the tieing and winning runs in. Daubort won tho second game with a home run with Olson on base in the sixth. Brooklyn......011001010-4 10 1 Now York......201000 02X-5 11 0 Coombs and Kruegor; Schupp and Gibson. Second game- Brooklyn .. ..000102 000-3 5 1 New York......000 000 001-1 5 0 Marquurd and M. Wheat; Tesreau, Anderson and Rariden. Defeated Phillies Boston, Aug. 14.-Kelly's single, Konetchy's triple and Fltzpatrick's single oil Rixey scored two runB In the 9th inning today, enabling Boston to defeat Philadelphia 2 to 1. Jlagan held Philadelphia to throe hits. He was given sensational support by Mar-anvlllo. Philadelphia .. ..000 000 001 1 4 0 Boston........000 000 002-2 9 2 Rixey and Killifer.'Itagan and Tra- gossor. Cincinnati at St. Louis played last Sunday, ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 0; Columbus 4.' Second-Indianapolis 2; Columbus 4 Louisville 1; Toledo 5. Becond-Louisville 0; Toledo 0. (Called end lit sixth, darkness). Kansas City fi; Milwaukee 7. Second-Kansas City 4; Milwaukee 13. Minneapolis 1; St. Paul 8. ALL SET FOR BOXING Ross and Norway Boy Express Confidence-First Bout At 11 o'Clock RUSSELL-MILLER TO MIX Second Match of Week Will Find Rutledge Opposed to the Crescents Tonight's big ball gamo will see Lethbridge and Taber tho opponents at Eekstorm park. The game will start at 6.15 sharp. Hutlodgc will make his second appearance In the box before a Lethbridge crowd, pitching for the locals. Just who will oppose him is not known but Taber is coming up strong. Tomorrow night will bring Turin to the city, and Damon Noble will likely be the pitcher. Lethbridge has played a tie and a win with Turin so far this year. On Friday night tho biggest game of the year will be staged when Vulcan and Lethbridge come together. This will he the first opportunity to see this team in action. They have been going great guns of late. Lethbridge will bo strengthened for the game. On Saturday night Coaldale will be here to wind up the series. Good deeds can speak for themselves when thoy call for improved real estate. "I expect to have no trouble in disposing of the big fellow from Many-berries. I have met both Fred Fulton and Joe Bond, both bigger and more clever than he, and I know how to handle myself when 1 am up against a bigger fellow. I don't think tho match will, go ten rounds. My infighting will stop him." So says Young Al. Ross, who is ready to go the distance if necessary. > "Just turn him into the ring. My friends have their wads on me and 1 am not going to disappoint, them. I have made better men than Ross quit inside the ten round Unlit.. I am in the best shape of my fighting career." And that's the way the Norway Boy views the fight which will draw hundreds of city fans and stampede visitors to the ringside at the Majestic theatre tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. There is going to be the biggest crowd in the history of tho city at the big bout tomorrow morning between Young Ross and the Norway Boy when the light heavyweight championship of Canada will he the title under discussion. Followers of the game know both men are in the pink, and they have every expectancy of seeing tho mill of the year. Those who saw Ross and Durable Ike Cohen in the ring last winter couldn't be kept away from the match on a bet. They expect to see more action tomorrow for a great deal more hangs on the result. As the Old Boy Says: "The demand for Promoter "y Blunt Cigars is steadily growing. To quote the breakfast food chap, 'this is susceptible of explanation.'" (The 3-for-a-quarter Cigar) S. DAVIS & SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL. Heavy sidebots have already been posted. As for the preliminaries, it Is only necessary to state that Andy Russell, welterweight champion of Alberta, and Benny Miller, welterweight champion of Ontario, will be In the ring for a six round go. These boys have never been up against one another before, and if they deliver the goods they will be back for a ten round bout, likely on Labor Day. Al. Hoselton is expected to be in the city today from Manyherries, and if he is he will be tho third man in the ring. If not there will be other men available. There need bo no fear that the match will not be handled properly. The six-round bout will start sharp at 11 o'clock. .This should bring the main bout on at 11.30 sharp, and it will be all over by 12.10 if it goes ten rounds, thus giving everyone a chance to get to the stampodo in plenty of time. AMPLE PROVISION "You never think of tho future. Have you made the slightest provision for a rainy day? "1 should say so, I've borrowed a silver-handled silk_ umbrella."-Baltimore American. THREE PRINCIPALS IN TOMORROW'S BOUTS PACIFIC COAST Salt Lake 0; San Francisco 5. Los AngeloB 3; Vernon" 0. Oakland 2; Portland 3. INTERNATIONAL Rochester 1; Newark 2. Second-Rochester 6; Newark 2. Montreal 6; Baltimore 12, Buffalo 7; Providence 3. Toronto 6; Richmond 4. E8KIM08 ON TRIAL Edmonton, Aug. 14.-The Eskimos brought hero for trial from the Arctic for the .alleged'murd�. of two Roman Catholic, priests, came up In court tills morning. Tho taking of evidence alerts this afteroooii. ~ PITCHER 3MALLWOOD 18 PHYSICAL MARVEL Baltimore, Aug. 15.-Walter Small-wood pitcher of the Newark International league club, a resident of Dayton, Ohio, appeared before the examining board at Klilcott yesterday for a physical examination for the draft army. The examining physicians stated he was the best specimen of manhood examined by them for the draft army, and he passed with a mark of 100 per cent. He didn't claim exemption. � * * JOHNNY O'LEARY IN CITY   Johnny O'Leary, former light- ? * Hat stampede to Clonle Tnit  > but he Is still a battler to be  to give the tans an opportunity  < to look him over.  * . � THE NORWAY BOY, who stacks up against Young Rosa, "The Canadian Ketchell." YOUNG AL. R08S, who meets the Norway Boy DEACON WHITE 18 GIVEN JOB Well Known Alberta Fan Given Charge of Sports. Edmonton, Aug. 14. - "Deacon" White, well known local sportsman who: went ovorseas with an Edmonton battalion and later transferred to another Edmonton battalion at the front, writes to friends in Edmonton that he has boon given complete charge of Canadian sports at the rear of the line in France. A DASHING SPORTSMAN WAS GEN. BROADWOOD "Tho death of General Broa^wood (s a distinct loss to the army 'and to (he country," writes "Diarist," in the Westminster Gazatte, "for ho was a man of great and varied abilities. He was something more than a dashing cavalry captain and an ardent sportsman," Mr. ,1. Saxon Mills tells me. "I remember how surprised I was when lie informed me that he had once been undecided whether to Join tho army or become a professional Jockey. He was certainly a great horseman, but his strong literary and philosophical tastes seemed rather incongruous with professional jockeyship, He was a great render. I remember once visiting him at the hospital at Wynberg and finding his bed encumbered with the works of Herbert Spencer and other by no means light literature. He took tho deepest interest in all the political and scientific thought of the day, and was unmistakably a Liberal In his views." AUGUST 16th MAJESTIC THEATRE 10- Round Boxing Contest -10 Norway Boy vs. GOOD PRELIMINARIES. DOOR OPEN AT 10. A.M. MAIN EVENT AT 11 A.M. \(1iniHsioii: Ringside $2.50; $2.00, $1.50 ami $1.00. Seats on Sale at Alexandra Cigar Stand; Alberta Buffet and Frank Hedley Drug Co. Mail and Phone Orders will receive prompt attention by Len 8. Brown. Phone 1722. Majestic Theatre. ANDY RU88ELL, who meet? Benny Miller, Ontario Welterweight Champion, In a six round bout 24-hour Service During the stampede; BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OP. THE CHEVROLET* BACK OF UNION BANK MARRY MOLD**. �gft 34 51673 ;