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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1917 THE LETHnniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus YffcU. -ME GOV I'M COIN ACRO^fr TO PK.HT 3 OF THE T=�QMT& WE. bE-EN "xou IN "XOO'LU CWEAJ HELP> LETERVE A SOLOlE� �N ONlFmM- THEN1 VON'T* VILL. THEY bERVE YOU? CERTAINLY  DCNT WORRY ILL, OP. |^CK League Baseball National League Record Broken When Brooklyn and Pittsburg Go 22 Innings NATIONAL New York .. Philadelphia St. Louis .. Cincinnati .. Chicago .. Pittsburg Won. Lost. P.C. 72 3!) .649 GO 49 .550 GO 55 .522 6.'! 58 .521 GO 57 .513 54 59 .478 41 69 .406 37 73 .336 gave Philadelphia a 5" to 0 Tlctory over Chicago today. In the fourth inning the home team piled up fou:* runs, aided, by home run drives by Stock and Cravath. Chicago........000 000 000-0 7 1 Philadelphia .. . .000 401 OOx-5 11 0 Prendergast, Hendrlx and Elliott; Alexander and Kllllfer. CHIEF" BENDER COMES BACK Record Broken Brooklyn, Aug- 22.-Brooklyn beat Pittsburg today by U to 5 in 22 innings. The game broko the National league long distance record of 21 innings set by New York and Pittsburg in 1914. With one out in the 22nd inning Hickman drew a base on balls from Jacobs, and took second on O'Rourke's single. Otto Miller forced O'Rourkc, Boeekel to Pitlor, Hickman taking third. While Filler was disengaging himself from O'Rourke and preparing to relay to first for a double play, Hickman went home. Brooklyn knocked Cooper out of the box in seven innings. Jacobs finished the game. Cadorc was knocked out in five innings. Cheney pitched from the sixth to the twentieth inclusive; JUarquard finished, and was the winning pitcher. The second was called on account of darkness after two innings. Pittsburg- 001 002 200 000 000 000 000 0-5 19 4 Brooklyn-- j 122 000 000 000 000 000 000 1-6 28 4 Cooper, Jacobs and W. Wagner; Cadore, Cheney, Marquard and Miller. Sensational Ball New York, Aug. 22.-New York played sensational ball behind Benton's fino pitching'and shut out Cincinnati today 3 to 0. Ilcnton allowed only four hits, two of them by his opponent. Schneider. Schneider did not permit a hit until the fifth inning, after which ho was touched up freely. Cincinnati......000 000 000-0 4 1 New York......000 021 OOx-3 7 0 Schneider and Wingo; Denton and Rariden. Won From St, Louis Boston, Aug. 22.-Boston won from St. Louis today fi to 1. A home run by Powell in the first Inning with Kelly and Maranvlllo on bases was a feature. Watson knocked Ed. Walsh senseless in tho second inning hitting him on the back of tho head with a pitched ball. The Boston man rccovor-od in n few minutes. St. Louis.......000 100 000-1. 5 2 Boston........400 010 01x-6 11 1 Doak, Watson, May and Gonzales; Walsh, Nohf and Meyers. Alexander Was Qood Philadelphia, Aug. 22.-Hard hitting and Aloxander'B excellent pitching AMERICAN Won. LobL P.C. 46 .617 46 .607 Cleveland .. . .. 66 5G .541 . , 61 57 .517 . 55 59 .482 Washington .. ... 54 59 .478 Philadelphia .. ... 41 70 .370 72 .351 Divided Them St. Louis, Aug. 22.-Washington won the first game of today's double header with St. Louis 2 to 1 and St. Louis won the second 9 to 4 in the first game Washington outhit St. Louis 7 to A. Poor throwing lost the second game for the visitors who made eight errors, seven of which were wild throwing. Washington .. ..010 010 000-2 7 0 St. Louis......000 000 010-1 4 2 Harper, Johnson and Henry, Ains-smith; Groom, Rogers and Severoid. Second game- Washington .. ..100 003 000-4 8 8 St. Louis......500 110 02x-9 9 0 Oumont, Gallia and Ainsmith; Davenport and Severoid. Cleveland Won Cleveland, Aug. 22.-Cleveland won from Philadelphia today 6 to 5. Cleveland made all its runs off Bush, whom it drove from the box in tho fifth inning. Philadelphia hit Lambeth hard in the seventh and Coumbe had to go to tho rescue in the ninth. Philadelphia .. . .000 100 400-5 10 1 Cleveland......000 060 OOx-6 10 1 Bush, It. Johnson, Seitoldt and Haley; Coveloskio, Lambeth, Coumbe and O'Neill. Cut Down Lead Chicago, Aug. 22.-Boston cut Chicago's lead down to two games today when they won here 5 to 1. Claude Williams was unsteady throughout and finally gave way to Danforth. After the bases were tilled in the seventh inning, the visitors then clinched the game. Leonard pitched a steady game and was given fine support. Boston........010 000 400-5 12 3 Chicago.......000 010 000-1 C 2 Leonard and Agnew; Williams, Danforth, Faber and Schalk. Won With Two Hits Detroit, Aug. 22.-Detroit only got two hits oft Cullop and none off Mo-gridge, but won from New York today LIKELY MEET AL ROSS AT FERNIE Yordy Now in Great Falls, and Is Anxious to Come Up for the Bout 3,000,000 Davis Cigars made each month are WHY ? It hasn't been decided yet v/ho will meet Young Ross at the Grand Theatre, Fernle, on Labor Day on the occasion of the big excursion of labor men to that point. It is not likely to be Durable Ike Cohen, but it would not be surprising if Art Yordy were the man. The promoters have heard from Yordy to the effect that he Is In the best of shape, and is willing to meet Ross. Yordy is now in Great Falls. It will be remembered that Yordy boxed Ross last winter at Sweet Grass, the bout resulting in a decision for Ross. Yordy is a classy scrapper at the 155 pound weight. It is expected that arrangements will be completed within a couple of days, when' definite announcement will be made, Ross is already in training for the bout; Because we have made good cigars for over 70 years, and thousands of smokers will smoke no other. So sure are we of the quality of DAVIS* Cigars that we guarantee our merchandise to the dealers, on the money-back principle. The word "DAVIS" on a band 01 box of cigars is ft guarantee of the finest quality at the price paid. When you want a DAVIS cigar, see that you get one! S. DAVIS A SONS LIMIT! �. WlDB*n of Gold M K re. �� 3S9 Lawn Bowling YANK TOSSERS; ARE IE You Know Those Real Good Little Cars- The kind you see so many of. No, not Fords. Well, wo have one of them for sale at a genuine bargain. The former owner wanted a larger car-luxury and real comfort-go he bought a MITCHELL. Naturally, when he saw this motor boat on whoeis, he was willing to sacrlfleo the smaller car, and we are going to pass it right along to someone. We don't want two profits. That's our style of doing business, anyway. Bijou Motor Parlors Some of the old favorites are doing a comeback this year for sure. Ono of them is Chief Bender. The former pride of the Athletics, now pitching for tho Philadelphia Nationals has won the last four games he has pitched, the last three of them being by the shutout route. His last win was over Chicago whom /e defeated fi to 0, allowing only ono hit. Ed. Walsh is another who is essaying a come-bacft. Pitching for the Braves yesterday he defeated St. Louis 6 to 1, letting his opponents down with five hits. CORNELL TO CONTINUE HER ATHLETIC PROGRAM Ithaca, N. Y., Aug. 23.-Athletics at Cornell university* will be continued during the coming scholastic year in accordance with the plans drafted at the recent conference of the National Collegiate Athletic association. Graduate Athletic Manager Ervin G. Kent, in making this announcement, said in part: "Intorcollogiate contosts at Cornell will bo conducted in accordance with the resolutions adopted by the association; the freshman rule will be kept; the usual early season practice for football will bo eliminated; no appropriation will.be made for training tables, and all expenses will be eliminated that are not absolutely necessary. It Is the Intention of the athletic council to make such' changes permanent as far as possible. All the sports are not over for the summer, for lawn bowling is now practically at its best, notwithstanding tho handicap of shorter evenings. The green is in the best condition since it j was made, and every evening sees j three or four real close games with excitement enough to please any lover of clean sport. The games for the Buchanan Rowis have narrowed down to a few pairs, and the winners of the different groups will play the deciding games on Labor Day. In the meantime tho singles competition for the cup donated by W. S. Adams will be the chief attraction, and games will bo played each evening. Those who have not played in this competition, or who have only played a few games, are requested to play as many games this and next week, so that the deciding games may be played off on the morning of Labor Day. Below is the official standing of thoso who have played over two games: , Championship "Singles" Competition for the Adams Cup Won Lost P.C. R. Scott ............ 8 2 .S00 J. Livie ............. 9 3 .750 W. Spalding......... 6 3 .660 J. McDonald ........ 10 5 .GOG W. Humbly ......... 5 3 .625 J. Mossey .......... 5 3 .825 J. Peacock .....'____ 4 3 .571 W. Roa ............. 2 2 .500 II. Liscombo ____j-.. 7 8 .46G H. Fleetwood ....... 4 G .400 H. Smith ........... 1 2 .333 A. Cameron ........ 1 2 .333 Geo. James ......... 2 5 .285 As this competition is a handicap affair, all now players stand an equal chance to win tho cup. Tho following 'players have still their games to play: D. McNabb, J. Marnoch, W. Clarke, J. Fnirloy, W. King, W. Shover, W. J. Millar, Dr. Marrs, H. Everall, W. Wil-letts, J. Cooks; all games to start as near 7 o'clock as possible. E WAY TO IA10IE? Story From New York Says Big Leaf Leader Likely to be New Choice 2 to 0. Both runs were scored in the sixth on a base on balls and wild throws by Cullop and Pecklnpaugh. New York......000 000 000-0 8 2 Detroit.......000 002 OOx-2 2 0 Cullop, Mogridge and Walters; Nu-namaker, James and Spencer. INTERNATIONAL Newark 3; Toronto 2. Second-Newark 2; Toronto 8. Baltimore 3; Buffalo 6. Second-Baltimore 0; Buffalo 3. Providence 6; Montreal 4. Richmond 3; Rochester 11. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 2; St. Paul 3. Second-Minneapolis 2; St. Paul 4. PACIFIC COAST Vernon 15; Oakland 6. Salt Lake 5; Los Angeles 2. Ban Francisco 2; Portland 0, ' OUIMET DENIE3 EXEMPTION YARN. Francis Oulmet, western amateur golf champion has announced that he will not claim exemption from the draft. He has already passed the physical examination. "My services are at the disposal of my country in whatsoever capacity I can do the most good," he said. '.'Whether this proves to he In the army or playing golf In aid of the Red Cross." Ouimet said he had received anonymous letters charging him with being a slacker based upon reports that he would ask exemption. FIND STRYCHNINE IN BEANS Helena, August 20.-Burma beans, found on analysis by the state laboratory at Bozeman to contain strychnine, were ordered destroyed today by the state board of health. Tons of them had been shipped Into this state and sold to Innocent dealers. German agencies are suspected of the plot. New York.-It seems that the United States has lost the championship of Europe to Canada. Newspapers arriving from London tell all about it. It must have been quite a social function as the account published in tho Sunday Dispatch, given below will prove. But the society reporter who wrote it overlooked one of the principal entertainers-Arlie Latham, no less. Think of it, telling all about Princess Louise and not mentioning Arlie! He is one of the United Statesers, herewith describort: Among Those Present Twelve to three-that was the score in favor of Canada when "time" was called in the great baseball game at Lord's yesterday, betweon Canada and the United States. Among tne many well known people present there were Princess Louise (Duchess of Argyll), Mrs. Waldorf As-tor and Lord Hawko. The demonstration of the favorite outdoor sport of North America was a high grado one and in every department on this occasion the Canadians (who are all active members of the Dominion Army contingent) topped the bill. The Yanks began well, but when the pressure came they got rattled and the ball ,was hurled in overy diroction but the right ono. One of the most sensational "stunts" of the day-and there wore many-was a one-hand catch by Shorty Humphreys, of tho American team. To Shorty also wont the credit of making the longest hit. Stanley, the Canadian "pitcher" was the star on the Dominion side, some of his curves and "iu-shoots" being remarkable. Come On, You Yanks In quite a friendly spirit tho United States representatives were greeted with such remarks as "Come on, you Yankees; let's see what you can do now that you have joined us." "Guess we'll put up a fine fight," was the humorous retort, but the pitching of Stanley, combined with general all-round good work on the bases, resulted in tho United States side not scoring, with the result that Canada was two up after the first inning. As time went on Canada increased the advantage, and at half-time had the game well in hand. When "time" was called, leaving the Canadians victors, the scene of enthusiasm was indescribable. Wounded men threw thoir crutches In the air and caught hatB thrown by their comrades. But the Americans are true "sports" and took their licking llko "sports." Anent Tyrus Cobb "Tho game is to worry the pitcher and he is worried either by the public or the players so does enthusiasm prevail,'1 said a Canadian. "We are out to win every time. The champion bat of the States lives at Detroit, and draws more money every year than the president of the United States. But all the same, he Is a real good chap, and all our fellows appreciate him as much as they do our own champion." other city in the league. "Reports from the International league say that the Toronto players swear by Lajoie. He has a forceful it quiet personality, and while not domineering like Frank Chance, tew men are apt to trifle with him twice. "Of course it may be that Colonel Ruppert wishes to give "Bill" Donovan another chance with the Highlanders. But if he feels that "Bill" has had every opportunity and Is seeking a new leader he will look a long time before he sight* a better prospect than Napoleon Lajoie, nonpareil of second basemen." � New York, Aug. 23.-The indifferent work of the New York American league team, which many followers of tho fortunes of the Highlanders believe will inevitably result in the deposition of Manager "Bill" Donovan, has created considerable speculation as to who will succeed him. Among the names most often mentioned in that connection is that of Manager Lajoie, of Toronto, whose selection for tho job would meet with the unanimous approval of the fans of New York. Voicing tho popular view, the New York Mail says: "Colonel Ruppert is looking for a new leader, and he need not look very far. Why not snare Napoleon Lajoie from Toronto? Lajoie is proving a skillful manager in the International league. Years ago when a young man and at the height of his wonderful playing career the Frenchman handled the Cleveland team. He did not win any pennant, largely because of accidents to himself and other star players at. critical stages of races. But he was up there in the fight every year. "Larry retired voluntarily from the Cleveland managership. He felt it best to devote all his time to playing. Now be is past forty and should be much better equipped to handle men. "Ho is making a great showing at Toronto. He has his team leading the league. He Is an Idol in the Canadian city, where despite the war, base- JACK ELLISON Cardston Grappler Has an Easy Time Defeating Travelling Mat Artist at Fair .Tack Ellison of Aetna la still a classy performer at the mat game. When thei Boucher shows blew Into Cardston for the fair there waa towelling with them a wrestler named Jack Billings who has quite a reputation. Billings challenged any man on the grounds. Jack was at the fair showing some of his njttebred shorthorns and promptly took up the challenge. A ring was fixed up In front of the grandstand on Tuesday afternoon and Ellison took on Billings. There never was anything to It. Ellison threw his man the first time In 17 minutes, polishing him oft on the second occasion in 10 minutes. A, large crowd saw the match and �111-Bon's win was very popular. Jack informs the Herald that he will meet any wrestler In Canada weighing up to 170 pounds for a side bet of |500 after the harvest Is over ball is drawing better than in any and he has time to get into shape. WE'LL KEEP YOUR CAR FIT Safeguard against delays and annoyances, by having your car at all times ready for any service you demand of it, by keeping the accessory details efficient. We have everything here that comfortable motoring is heir to, at the most moderate prices. Our Service Is prompt, painstaking and dependable. Whattver your ear needs In the way of repair*, conveniences er new parte, you'll find this �hop a satisfying "first aid" atatlen. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OP THE CHEVROLET SACK Or UNION SANK MARRY MOLMAIC Ma* 14838769 ;