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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PMiB SIX \THE LETHBRIDGE DAILTf HERALD MONDAY, JULY 22, 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER" T By G. McManus r BET WEEN 0�>- The Sport Page EBt SIEK Hare'* the baseball lineup for thi* week: Tuetday evening at 6.45, Barona va Lethbrldge. Wednesday morning at 11,3&- Vulcan vt. Cardaton. Wednesday evening at 6.45- Taber v�. Lethbrldge. Thursday evening at 6.45-Vulcan vs Lethbrldge. Four games in one week makes one think of the old days of pro bail but that Is exactly vyhat the fans have lined up for them for the Stampede week. Barons will be the first victim. They . have a pitcher named :Skinner who hasn't lost a game yet this year and has a habit of striking out 12 to 15 men every game. They will play here tomorrow, Tuesday vening, at 6.45. WITH THE IIGERS Former Saskatoon Twirler Now With Detroit Meets With Poor Success Lord Robert Cecil, minister of blockade, has relinquished his post and will become assistant secretary of etate for foreign affairs. Sir Laming Worthington-Evans wha has become psirliamentary and financial secretary to the ministry of munitions, has been appointed to succeed I^ord Robert as minister of blockade. THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINEOP ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. S. Cook E. E. Peek 308 Second Ave. 8.-Phone 665 PHONE 733 FOR THE ... O.K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery. �17 Third Ave. Philadelphia. July 22,-"What's this guy Kallio got, the blamed ball he throws is the hardest thing to hit I've struck this season," such a remark was common among ball play-era the first time they faced Hughle JennlngB' recruit from the Western league. In fact, Kallio did have a puzzling delivery and critics all around the league tried to dope it out. According to one, his delivery left the box swiftly and slowed up abruptly as It neared the plate. WTiile this sort of conversation was going oh Between players and writers one wise veteran of the league, who was fooled himself by the delivery was heard to say; "That sort ot pitching is bothersome the first time a fellow faces It, but bring it back the second and. third .lime and it becomes easy, They may not believe this, but Jennings will find it out if he uses this bird often enough." And the pre diction came true. From the 'day in early spring that Kallio rescued an almost impossible game from the Chicago White Sox until the'start of the recent road trip he had a fair amount of succeae. In deed, he pitched some very good games. But since leaving home, as the veteran said., the opposing teams have found him in lusty fashion and his early success la fading. They Found Rudl. Twice In one series hae he been pounded hard by the Athletics and taken from the box. Cleveland hammered him and so did the Whlti Sox. The boys have solved his low curve and bra now-talcing a toe-hold and pushing the ball to several corners of the field. In fact some of his games resemble a Jjarrage of AmeHcan artillery. KalUo was one of the chief participants .In the comedy pulled off Monday. He was sent back at the Mackmen agajnyyeeterday and lasted a ;liitle more than one inning. When a ch'ap ^ike Maurice Shannon pumped a triple off hlpi, HuglLj7jtjgburg against a team ot known sluggen. SERVICE STATION HENRYJ.DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S, Phone 616 J AUTO nRES - OF ALL SIZES ' VULCANIZED By.the Famous Haywood System , RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By, Experienced Workmen, AH work guaranteed. Special Equipment iQx Rlni Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills JBhlladelphia jMhclnnatl .. |H^3ton..... SI. Louis ... Brooklyn ... THE STAMPEDE OPENS TODAY BUT WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY AND EVERY NIGHT. Chicago New York Won. Lost, P.C. 57 27 .679 52 32 .619 42 39 .519 39 43 .476 38 43 .469 3G 47 .434 33 50 .398 31 48 .392 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Saturday Games, Toledo 1, Louisville 3^. . St. Paul 3, Milwaukee 6. Indianapolis 7, Columbus 9. Minneapolis 1, Kansas City 3. Sunday Games. Indianapolis 8, Columbus 2, Second game-Indianapolis 0, umbus 3. Minneapolis 0, Kansas City 6. Second game-Minneapolis 9, Kansas City 6. St. Paul 2, Milwaukee 1. Second game-St. Paul 4, Milwaukee 3- Toledo 8, Louisville 5. Second game-Toledo 1, Louisville 7. Col- LETHBRIDGE AND CI PLAYED 6-6 TIEONSAIUROAY Umpire Hands Game to Visitors By Weird Ruling in  8th Frame Potter at first -played a swell game, making a great catch in the 9th ot a foul back of first off Apol's bat. Ho fell getting it but held the ball. Altogether the locals looked like majors after the first spasm and by all the laws ot baseball they should have had the game on the play In the Sth innings: Lethbrldge. A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E. G 0 Green, r.f. .. Briggs, 2b ... Potter, lb. ... O'Connor, c. .. Forko, c.f..... Vaselenak, 3b.. Hubbs. S.6. .. Kennedy, s.s. Hudson, l.t. .. Scott, p...... Williams, l.f. Fowler, c.f. Chicago, July 21.-The National league was closed here today with a 6 to 3 victory for Brooklyn, giving them a clean sweep ot the series. The visitors hit the local pitchers opportunely behind poor fielding and won easily. Score: Brooklyn ........100 120 002-6 13 2 Chicago .........100 001 001-3 10 5 Coombs, (irimes and .M. Wheat; Tyler. Carter Snd O'Karrell, KlUlter. St.. Louis, July 21.-New York took BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" A GOOD 'SQUARE' MEAL Made right and Served right hy AU White Help. TheSilverGrill Cor. 4tli Aye. A Sth St. PACIFIC COAST Vernon 3. Los Angeles 0. Second game-Vernon 4, Los Angeles 3. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Syracuse 1, Jersey City 0. Second game-Syracuse 0, Jersey City 4. Rochester 0, Newark 2. Second game--Rochester 1, Newark 5. Buffalo 1, BInghampton 8. Toronto 5, Daltimoro 3. Saturday Games. Rochester 3, Newark 5. Syracuse 5, Jersey Otty 8. Second game^Syracuse 8, Joraoy City 5. Buffalo 3, Binghampton. 4. Second game-Buffalo 7, BInghampton 6. Toronto 7, BnUlmoro X. Second game-Toronto 9. Baltimore 5. WHY NOT GO TO SANITARY BARBER SHOP? WE8TBROOK BROS. , Oppoelte Bank of Montreal � "The-S�nitarytiop�i---r.>>-. Lethbrldge and Chin engaged in a battle royal at the ball grounds on Saturday evening, the engagement going ten'innlngs to a 6-6 tie. It was some game, and excitement among the fans ran at fever heat in spite ot the near-zero weather. It should have been all over In the i ^ Sth when Lethbrldge. after trailing i V,''f^�:,^'t the visitors all through the game, came through with the winning run, and what the majority ot the fans believed to be two runs more, though they were disallowed by the umpire, Arnold Wark of Calgary, who refused to allow scores made by Scott and Green of the locals. In this Innings, with the score 5 to 4 against us, Vabelenak and Hubbs. the first two man up were easy outs. Then Harry Hudson bounced one off McLean's shins. Scott decided McLaiu. the vis-istor's second sack guardian was easy meat, so bounced another his way and it went by. Green came along with a hit, scoring Hudson, while Scott roosted on third. Green advanced to second, and then Briggs came to bat. He poked one towards Lewis, the visiting pitcher. Scott was on his way home, BO Lewis throw to Lee. When Scott saw there was no chance ot making It, he turned back to third. Meanwhile Green had advanced to third, but when he saw Scott wanted to renew acquaintances with the sack he beat it back towards second. Lee throw to third to get Scott, but Jackson wasn't there and the ball wont to left field. Scott and Green turned and boat it for the plate making It, but Ward called Scott out, claiming that when Green touched third Scott ha^l no right to go back to the bag. It was one ot those now ojies in baseball history that the fans couldn't fathom, so after much beefing, the game proceeded, the score being a tie. Chin added one in the ninth, but Lethbrldge' evened up the score, on an error by McLean and a two base hit by Perko. Ferko should have scored on. Vaselonak's hit fdUowIng but failed to get farther than third. Kennedy went in to bat for Hubbs, and poled a long fly to centre on which Perko ihould have scored but poor coaching held him at third, and the chance was gone. The tenth Inning didn't produce anything on either aide and the game was called for darkness. The Liethbridge team started oft with shivers and butter fingers. They mis-manlpulatod everything that came along, and between two hits, a ball that took a bad bounce and went over Briggs' head, and a galaxy of wild throws, the visitors got five runs across. In the second Chin got two op, but they died on tho sacks. For the next six Innings Scott Was pitching pretty ball and the fielders were eating everything up. Only 18 men faced him in those innings. It was big league stuff. In the 6th Lethbrldge killed off the last two men by a neat double, Briggs to Hubba to Potter. Lethbrldge scoifad two in the fourth on hits by O'Connor, ^erkoand Scott.' They added two more in the 6th on two errors and hit! by Hudson, Scott'and QreeA. Scott WM the heavy bitter witU tlu:e� lUU la Ave tl;|u� H9. 2 1 0 1 2 2 0 0 1 3 3 13 4. 0 5 1 4 0 1 2 0 0 47 6 12 30 18 Chin. A.B. R. .. 6 H. P.O. A. E. 10 3 10 5 1 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 3 1 Jackson, 3b. .. 4 1 1 2 2 0 Bass, lb......4 1 1 9 2 2 McLean, 2b. .. 3 2 0 2 0 4 Apel, r.f...... 4 0 0 0 0 0 Lee, 0........4 0 2 9 2 1 Lewis, p.....4 0 1 0 5 36 0 5 29* 15 * Scott called out in Sth. reason unknown. Score by innings- Lethbrldge .....000,202,011.0-6 12 5 Chin .........500,000,001,0-6 5 8 Summary-Two base hits, Vaselenak Forko; sacrifice hit, Jackson; stolen bases, Williams. McLean, Lewis 2, L. Green, Vaselenak; double play, Briggs to Hubbs to Potter; hit by pitcher, by Lewis 1, by Scott 1; struck out, by Lewis 9, By Scott fi; bases on balls, off Lewis 1, oft Scott 2. Umpire-�VVark, Calgary. Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Hassler Shock Absorbere for Ford Cars. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Dowllng, J. T. Hutchlneon UNUSUAL SUIT VALUES $20 and $25 Wo mention these two prices bo-cause they're overage prices for most men. An expert comparison of these values with the best offers of manufacturers for present buying will show a 50 per cent, saving to you at our prices. Y'ou'd better see these suits, they're the best money's worth you'll seo tor some time to come. Summer suits, winter suits, young men's styles, business styles, perfectly tailored, fine imported Scotch tweed's; fine worsteds and woolens. $20 and $25 Louis Keel HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES �nd THE FLORSHEIM SHOE 318 FIFTH STREET I See Andy If You Have Any Radiator Trouble! When you come to the Fair see us about your radiator troubles. We can fix any radiator trouble and advise you as to getting service from your radiator. ANDY'S RADIATOR & REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upetaire) During Stampede Week we will present each purchaser of a new casing with a 1918 Road Guide. ^ Baalim Motor Co. Back of Union Bank Throw Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box. 7?1228 ;