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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; JULY 27, O17 THE LETiinniDGE DAILY HERALD PACK THRES ''BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McManus MI? WERE NEVER IN BEFORE I BUT I ONLY LIVE BE'blDE'b "EARD VOOR D-MXiHTER Big League Baseball NCTT Vorkfi. Cincinnati St Louis 1'hllaiJolpliIa. Clilcago r; Brooklyn Boston...... '1'Hlsbiirg "NATIONAL 51 53 4S 42 41 JO 28 43 40 4.U JO P.O. .C59 .513 .189 .4G5 .3S7 .311 AMERICAN 1 Another. Split. .inil llrooklyn split today's double header, Pdlsbbri wlnnliB the Ural. Game, to Drooklyns easily taking 1 Ihc second 5 lo 1. Cnrlsoii opposed Fritter In (ha.'first pirns and'held the visitors in'check. Tho secoml was a''pitcher's baUls Jacobs and Cailoro until llie ninlh Inning. First C 1 Pltlabure .....000.010 4 70 Pfeltcr and Meycrf C-.'lson and Fischer. 'Second Brooklyn 000 K; C P 2 Pltlbburg S C 'Cadore and M. .Wlieal; Jacoti'and Schmidt. Clnci's Coming Along. Clndnnatl.'July locals hll almost al will today anil had llio game won before Oeschgcr rclicv- ej' him, Iho ficoro liolns 5 to 2. Sch- neiilcr, on Ihe other hand, pitched nn excellent- game. Philadelphia1 000 3 2 Cincinnati 013 000 11 0 Riicy and Vlurns; Schneider nail Clark, Wlngo. Won From Giants. Chicago, July Chicago Doslon Cleveland Detroit New York Washington Philadelphia SL Louis Won. CO 55 50 47 K 37 34 30 I-oaL 33 35 44 41 62 52 53 P.C .615 .011 .732 .511 .116 -.3 a 5 .3-11 Split Even. Washington, D. C., July 26tb.-- Clevelanu and Washington split even li "a'-double'header' Ihe locals Winning the first game 2 to I and dropping the second 5 to at I lie end of the 'Iflb inning on ac- count of rain. Cleveland- 000 010 000--I S 3 E [Q City Already Stampede Crew Is Of- Take Pictures New Vork's hlls well acatlnreil today while Chicago bunched lilU on Tcs- reau and wllh Iho'ald ol some orrallc fielding easily 1. The leaguo leaders were saved fpom a shut oul they, bunched two nils with a Washington .200 000 5 2 Bagby and BiUlnga; Duinont, My- ers anl-Afosmlto- Second gamcH- jciCTelanfl. 4 '1 [Washington........ 4 0 (Called end of 5Lh, KleiJferanJ Debeny; Harper, Stfaw land Sensational Game. New York, July York de- feated Chicago in a sensational 1-1. inning cimc here today by a score of G lo 5. Cull op pitched a muster fill pine rifd not give a base on balls ia 13 Innlnga, Chicago 040 001 000 000 2 0 New York Hcnz, DanfoTlli and Williams, Echalk; Cullop, Shaw-key and Nuna- iHntier. .Broke. Even. rMto'lclMhla, July 20. lir.Trtc, even "with Philadelphia hero today-, aio former wmnlug tlie first slolen base In between.' Mow York 000 S 4 Chlca'so 8 1 Tcsroau and Itarlden; Vaughn and Dilhoefcr. Held Boston. SI. ILouls. Jnly held Ion io Iwo btta lotlay and St. l.ouls bhul oul the .visitors 2 to 0: A base- hall ntllUgraiilicd by President Wilson brought al auction. lioston....... 2 n St. Louis 4 1 Barnes Rnd Traffrcssor; Doak and PACIFIC COAST Al Los 3, LOJ 7. At Salt 0, 9alt Lake .7.- Al1 Oakland 4. Franclflco 15, REDUCE CIRCUIT SCOTTISH LEAGUE FOR NEXT SEASON As tho result of deliberations ariiong I ho c liiti 3 avBeUlement haa bfien ar- rived ai In conriccllon with the con- KlUuLl6ti of. the Scottish football lea- KUD for rieil season. "H liftd preTlous- ly been hfnted (Imt three of the nor- thern clubs la Dundee and Jlalth Uorert vouM' drop" cut owlnB to the dlfflcuUtcs (n mnk- fng the railway Journeys, and' these hhra'seot- word (n (he league Agreeing not to lake par! Jn'the compellllon for 1917-18 OTI con- riltlon lhal they be compensated by liarfng llielr Chiracs, on the average of tha.Itfit three years, met by the remalhlng'cliiba, Thesn ccndlllpft-j havo bctn accept- rd hy the com mitt op, Rnrt at n full meeting It was decided lo Biib club competition for, thit 'of; (Wenlf, rjlydebftdK -and .OlMgW fctlaf tbe vtcincy. Eair.G 0 lo 2 snil Philadelphia llio second gaiie 4 to 2.- Cook's hitting aml.n home run rtrlvo by-Yeacli feat- ured the first game, while 'bunched liifs gave Philadelphia the victory in the other. Cohb-made (wo'sing' n double anil a triple.IrillDur times at lial In the opening'contest and'one single In four times up' In tbe iccond same. Detroit 8 0 Philadelphia. 010 001 OW-i-2 7 2 James and Selbold 'and Br.cond game Detroit....... S 1 Philadelphia 300 001 -1 Mitchell Noyes, Bush and Mejen. Wen Bdh. noston, July won two (ram SI. todar, tho 11 to 2 and the lecond 3 to 3. Poor Hitching antt matched Meldlm gave iloslon ita chance'In. the firal game In which Ruth hsd easy tailing. In [he second encounter -SotherOD was bombarded with bait-hits acd'i Lo Hctgtn who did not prorc BUT pu'zilp lo Boston. (KM 010- 2 10 7 Uoslon Ill OSSOJji-ll 13 I Knob, Marlln and Hall; Ruth' am Agnew, Second St. Louis 0 I loston 330 CIO 11 Solheron, ftotcrs Se.rerolrl Kostcr flnrt Agnew. INTERNATIONAL Flrsl 5, Tor6nlo'7. Second 8, Toronto 3. Flral 0, lloch- Sporl Writers of Windy Cit Over Foolish Charges Against Czar Chicago, July ol thes baseball writers, in trying lo alibi 111 clubs they follow lor failures to de- liver the goods, are having a hard time Keeping themscVres slra.Iiht. When the White Soi were making.a drive lo tbe top certain scribes .who shoulil have more respecl tor. Ihc game on whlcli Ihey feed published suggestions that llie American league umpires were making it easy [or Row- land's team. Those screeds hardly were cold Then Babe Hulh had his "Umpire Owens, lor which 'resldcnl Johnson gave him a len- iay suspension. of ile writers switched and began to crl- iclzc the American league head for g too .easy with Ruth and thus avorlng Ihe Boston club. Lasl week we heard them singing new song. This time- It Is Ihe Yan> who are blessed vrilh president because "the head of the league lifted n suspension put on Manager 'Hill Donovan and permit- cd him lo take charge o[ his team n Ihe scries .with the Sox. Veil, since Mr. Johnson has been it. Louis to straighten out a langlc here, vre may expect lo hear Ihal he s "mahinc It easy" [or the Browns to Eel oul o[ Ihe cellar. Isn't It peculiar llial one person should bo. accusing the Amencnn eague heed o( favoring the Whlto and llial another should Inter .hat ho Is .attempting lo boost Boston while still anolliGr would have us bc-i c the same league head. Is trying :o aid Ihe -Yankees? Tho best deduc- .lon to be made Is that Johnson Is "helping" tbcm is, lie la on Ihe job of his eague as Ihe best conducted organ- ization In baseball. Doesn't Look Like "Favoritism" Several recently at Com- Iskey park cerlainly don'l Inilc-ale lhal Ihe umpires are tumbling over Ihemselres to boost Comlsfcey Is1 a flag Karly In tho season TJmpIrft Nal- "Hide 'cm stnfgbt up." It Isn't often that lady riders ivill make that boas I, but tvo young wo- men arrlred in the city yesterday, and hearing that a stampede was coming off ceil monlhj they aaJd they were here to stay until ilie big evcnl was over, and declared that there never any In Ing raised on (bo South ern Alberta range thai they couldn't ride lo a finish. ladles in question are with a party of riders nnd there Is nothing to It but "Lcth bridgo or llust" [or them on Align si 15, 16 and 17. The Stampede committee is gettin busy: 'They aro' letting no gras under Iheir feeL Ycstorday af ernoou llicy held'a hurried mectins n the Alexandra'hotel Uie mall business As the Old Boy Says: "What is more enjoyable than a Promoter Blunt Answer: "Three." You get them for a quarter.' S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL. _______ appolnlmenL on. sal ary unttl tlie ilampedrj 1 over of Fred Karre'n and Ol K Urscn bach, wlio will give their whole tlm o the alfairs oE the" big ilqings. Tlie .vill open-up nn office In Lho down .own. secllcs .they will be available at all times of tbe clay (o who have any business with the alanipctlc commillee. 7 A conlract will shortly be awarded Lo a contrite tor for the changes iu the grounds'arid the erecllon ot corrals And chaLes for tho stampede: Clinic a win likely ba erected immediately Jn front oC each end of the grand stand so Uiat all bucking dorses will do thoir prettiest right in front ol the crowd and so close that the special- get n thrill. There will bo no need of field glasses to see the fancy bucklug, bulldogEing or any oilier oCHhe wild ivest leaLs. Arrangemcnta inade lo make the first day of the Blampcdo moving picture flny when Hoy B. Wheeler of Calgary will lake _compJelo motion pictures of Llie stampede, the city, Ihc prominent men of MngraLU, tlayinbnd and' Lcthbridge, thus getting a good cihibit of iiiclurca Which will do much to fldrerllsc llio district, (he'stain pcdc, the riders and put Lelhbridgo on the raap for the joint fair and slampcili which Is hilled lor 191S. Ray Knfght is working haiu to mnkc the slamjiede ovants thev best ever staged In the Eouth.and Is there >Ulli a number of side bels that out the best cowboy talent In tho, whole western country, on both aides of the line. yesterday's meeting were Kay Kclsnt, Levi Harker, J. Krans, Krcd Karroo, D. K Fawns.'W Rubs Sphere Unlil II Is and It Hops Effectively Pnsaey, T. J. O'Hrleii, L. D. Klng-'and lln set a precedent by permltllng player lo score Irom third Ihc winning run against the White Sox on a balk when Ray held' up his-hand (o Rame, contend- Ing ho had a mote In his eye. Dan- forth had started bis pitch and Dtop ped at the top ol his pitch, tfallln said he had balked. This last week Evans set another precedent when he allow- noger Pecklnpaggb to score Ihe win- ning-run for the Yankees, although he liad been lagged.Out by Srhalk be- fore (our.lilng the home plate. Fcck- Inpjagh hasn't (cached homo yel. Iii this Inslanc6 the runner came In a trlfto aheld of the ball, but Schalk was on the, lino (or the throw and ahead of the runner trying to slide' lor the bag. The ball fclr-irom' Schalk's hands and he. fell b.ick orcf Peck. As lha catcher sat on Ihe run- ner tic picked up the ball In a. flasli and tagged nil man. Umpire Evaris declared II WRS Interference and per- milled Ihs rim lo score, tl set n pre- ceilcnt, whatever the m6rllB of tho de clslon. O. Kv Urscnbach. Sinco HUBS Ford's famous emery ball (hat broke bolh ways has been .ahoo occasional report liaa arisen of other freak deliveries that caused jatshien Lo worry. Cy Ka.kenhcrg Is credited with be- ng ahle to make a ball late queer movements by means of, the uee of icorice, bnl It Is Cfcotto's "shine ball" that is the big noise just now. CicoLLc's new stunt, which la techni- cally O.K., having already been ruled on by Ban Johnson, Is merely an ail' aplatlon ol tho. spllter. The "shine" etlect Is secured by means of rubbing the ball on R wet spot on the shirt front. With a smooth space and rough space he Is enablcr lo get a stronger grip on the ono aide of the" ball than Hie other, a unoer jump being thus given the ball when It Is thrown; while the sphere Is" also given a disconcerting and streaky ap pf.arflJico In jiassnfic, Whatever may bo said ol CIcotle's new delivery H Is Indeed ..effective for, with assistance, the veteran who Is, nest lo Eddie Planif.-tlic old est' pftchor In the league, la enjoying his best season ever. Ho has pitched: In nine four of which have! been shut-outs arid one a non-hit affair. Those who haie "watched his work' declare thai he haa more speed than ever and belter control. Certainly-he has shown consistency along wilt brilliancy, and If Indica- tions rirc prophetic ho should be one of Ihc best performers In thu entire big ring Ihls year. Umpire Bill is a critic of the fine points of the game, and he has. made study of CIcotle's- new delivery. He says that It ciactly the oppo' principle from he emery ball, and deicribes Iti ,tlou abd effect as follows: "Clcotte Is working on a theory ex- actly opposite to. the emery ex- plains Evan a. "He wets a on his uniform, and on tills he nibs A until one side Is Very white tad smooth. The olher Is rough and soiled. Wllh the ball properly smoothed and polished he gets more of a grip on one side than an the other, and the lull acts exactly as the emery ball acted. "Then, again, the effecliveness ol this delivery Ls the while and dark spats on' la something of an optical Illuikm irhea tlm-bright spot la turnwic ill the time as It goes to the batsman. Bui there Is nothing Illegal about the delivery." Says He Was Surprised Whw Manager Threw Towel Into the Ring Philadelphia, July Kll bane denies his defeat bj Benny Leon ard will cause him to retire from the fighting game. He acknowledge! Leonard's superiority, but 'dcclare< Manager Jimmy Dunn had acted has- llr In throwing the towel In lilrl round. "I was one of the molt anr- ed persons In the 'when I leaned 1 was the victim of a cnoekout. My brain was clear uul was strong. 'Jtiomy Donn evidently ibought I waa through wben he uw mo slip to my knee, and later Unied the'lowel Into Ihe ring, f" wondered why he. did'-It." Kllbace would saj nothing about a return fight. NOTHING ACCOMPLISHED... The .Hague, via London, July Theodore Wolff uys In the Tafeblatt that It Is euy to erpma In a irafle- word what has been awompllsbed in the wajr of reform In the Ormitn em- pire, and that word li "nothing." THE "TWO FOR ONE" It COMING. eslrr 0, Second 0, Boch- eiter II. Klchmrmrt 1, Montreal n. Btltlmort 12. Boftalo 2. ASSOCIATION OolnmhRs 5, St. PttA't. hrilan.ipolli Mliwnnkee 1. 3. HOW THEY LINED UP. London, July vital divis- ion In the house of commons on Mon- day nlffhl showed SM 83 I.lbernls and five labor membera for Ihc government; one 80 I.lbenls and 16 labor member! ih'alnX. Sereral ci I.lhenl mlnitten ?oltd wllh i.he mlnorllr, Jlsfturlh' wat pot pjeienL The Autoist Wko Seeks' The equipment for car will make no when he drlyet up to our door. For he will find ill Ihe newcit ind In "auto suppllei ftf every deacrlptlon, handle lUndard producti only and the tatlafactlon they emure It attevted by the reg. lilar of many of the most expfrlenced motorists in thli locality. We Sell Warner Lenses Compiles with the Alberta Motor Vehicle Act h requires two white lights in front. BAALIM MOTOR CO. Of UNION 1ANK HAHKV HOLMAN. ADMISSION PRICES Stampede, Lethbridge AUGUST 15th, 16th; 17th Adults, to gronhds to jjrandstaiid Stt to sfsafc 50e extn .Children, to pounds 5te to grandstand Anto.s, parked under police snpervlslen. 25c Autos used as gratml8tand seats at race track, additional 75e Stampede muiagtnent that all re- freshments ground be Mid at'nfular city prices. V STREET CAR FARE Kegiilar Iceiit fare children will be talned during the titiiay till, but etIMrai j he provide! nKk fftppcn caterlaif CWHnMMni en Bake cfeavn ;