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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FniDAY, JULY 27, 1017 TlfE LETHnniDGE DAILY iTF.RALP gei..^j_ti^_m._�_uii-i__i-ii, .1 .-uj-j-i-'-ia ain. i u PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus WH-f MR Jl� BEFORE I KNOW  BUT I ONLV i_iv� TWO SLOCK b AWAY !' 1' Q / J. 10 Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. LOSt. P.C. Now York ir, Philadelphia .. ... -12 ;;o .51!) Chicago .. . . .. 11 te .489 10 �Ki .465 :tr. .387 so ,:iii AMEKICAN Won. Lost. ........ r>0 33 ........ .15 35 14 C, 1 7 0 and 1 Another Split. Pittsburg,-.July '20.-Pittsburg and Brooklyn split today's double header, Pittsburg winning the first game, 4 to 1 and the Brooklyns easily taking the Becond 5 to 1. Carlson opposed Pfeffer in the. first game and held the visitors in chock. The second was a pitcher's battle between Jacobs and Cadoro until the ninth inning. First game- Ilrooklyn ..... 000 100 000 -1 Pittsburg..... 000 010 03x-1 Pfeffer and Meyer; Orison Fischer. Second game- Brooklyn .. .. 000 ir: i : --, 1-> ?. Pittsburg .. .. 100 000 000-1 n i, �C'adore and M. Wheat; Jacobs, ami Schmidt. Clnci's Coming Along. Cincinnati, July 21'..-The locals hit TUxoy almost. ;it will today and had the gahie won before Ocschger relieved him, tho score being r, to 2. Schneider, on tho other hand, pitched an excellent game. Philadelphia . . 000 001 100-2 Cincinnati . . . OljlOOOOlx-5 Hixey and liurns; Schneider Clark, Wingo. Won From Giants. Chicago, July 215.-Vaughn New York's hits well scattered today �while Chicago bunched hits on Tes-roau and with the aid of some erratic fielding easily won 7 to 1. The league loaders were saved fjom a shut out when thoy bunched two hits with a stolen base in betwoen. Now York . .. 000 010 000-1 8 4 Chicago ...... 100 402 OOx-7 8 1 Tesreau and Rariden; Vaughn and Dflhoefer. Held Boston. St. LouIb. July 2fi.-Doak hold Boston to two hits today and St. Louis shut out the visitors 2 to 0. A base. l>all autographed by President Wilson brought $151 at auction. Hoston ....... 000 000 000-0 2 0 St. Louis..... 000 100 1 Ox-2 4 1 Barnes nnd Tragrcssor; Doak and Gonzales. Chicago..... Boston......... 55 Cleveland...... SO Detroit......... 47 New York 45 Washington..... 37 Philadelphia..... 34 St. Louis....... 30 44 52 52 58 P.C .645 .611 .532 .oil .506 .416 .395 .311 3 3 My- Sport Writers of Windy City Indignant Over Foolish Charges Against Czar Shaw 9 2 11 0 and PACIFIC COAST At Los Angeles-Portland 3, Los Angelos 7. .\t Salt Lake- Vornon 9, Salt Lako i 7.. At' Oakland-San Francisco 15, Oakland 4. REDUCE CIRCUIT SCOTTISH LEAGUE FOR NEXT SEASON As tho result of deliberations among Ihe clubs a. settlement has been ar- > rived at in connection with tho constitution of the Scottish football league for next season. It had previously been hinted that throe of tho northern clubs in Aberdeen, Dundee and lialth Hovers would drop out owing to tho dllliculties encountered In making the railway journeys, and these clubs have 'sent word to the loaguo ^committee agreeing not to tako part In the competition for 1917-18 on condition that they be compensated by having their charges, based on the avorago of tho last three years, mot by tho remaining clubs. Theso conditions have boen accepted by tho committer, and at a full meeting It was decided, to substitute aji eighteen club competition for that of twenty, Clydebank and Glasgow * living the vacancy. Split Even. Washington, D. C, July 26th.- Cleveland and Washington . split oven in a double header todny, the locals winning the first game 2 to 1 and dropping the second 5 to 2, called at the end of the fifth inning on account of rain. Cleveland .. .. 000 010 000-i Washington . . . 200 000 OOx-2 Bagby and Billings; Dumont, ers and Ainsmith. Socond game- Cleveland........ 050 00-5 Washington...... 200 00-2 (Called end of 5th, rain). Klepfcr anil Deberry; Harper and Henry. Sensational Game. New York, July 26.-New York defeated Chicago in a sensational 11 inning game here today by a score of 6 to 5. Cullop pitched a masterful pimc and aid not give a base on balls in IS innings. Chicago .010 001 000 000 00-5 2 0 New York 400 001 000 000 01-6 13 3 Benz, Danforth and Williams, Schalk; Cullop, Shawkey and Nuna-maker. Broke Even. Philadelphia, July 26. - Detroit b",!.c even with Philadelphia hero today, the former winning the first gamo 6 to 2 and Philadelphia the second gume 4 to 2. Cook's hitting and a home run drive by Veach featured the first game, while bunched hits gave Philadelphia the victory In tho other. Cobb made two singles, ii double and a trlplo In four times at bat in the opening contest and ono single in four times up in the second ;;ame. Detroit .... .. 100 10i! 020-6 Philadelphia . . 010 001 000-2 James and Stallage; Seibold Haley. Second game - Detroit....... 000 200 000-2 8 1 Philadelphia . . 200 001 Olx-4 7 4 Mitchell and Stanago; Noyes, Bush and Meyer*. Won Both. * F.oston, July 26.-Boston won two g:i:i;o.s from St. Louis today, the first II to 2 and the second 8 to 3. Poor pitching and wretched fielding gave Boston Its chance In the first game, in which Ruth had easy sailing. In the socond encounter Sotheron was bombarded with base hits and gave way to Rogers who did not prove any puzzlo to Boston. First game- St. Louis .. .. 000 001 010- 2 10 7 Boston .. .. Ul O�3 02x-11 13 0 Koob, Martin and Hall; Ruth and Agnew. Second game- St. Louis .. ... 200 000 100-3 9 0 Boston...... 330 010 Olx-8 14 0 Sotheron, Rogers �>id Severoid; Foster and Agnew. Chicago, July 26.-Some of these baseball writers, in trying to alibi tho clubs they follow for failures to do- j liver the goods, aro having a hard time keeping themselves straight. When tho White Sox were making a drive to the top certain scribes who should have more respect for the gamo on which they feed published suggestions that tho American league umpires were making it easy for Rowland's team. Those screeds hardly were cold when Babe Ruth had his iiiii-i;; with Umpire Owens, for which Presldont Johnson gavo him a ten-day suspension. Immediately some of the writers switched and began to criticize tho American league head for being too easy with Ruth and thus favoring the Boston club. Last week wo heard them singing a new song. This time it is the Yankees who are blessed with President Johnson/s "favor," because the head of tho league lifted a suspension put on Manager Bill Donovan and permit-tod him to take charge of Ills team in the series with tho Whlto Sox. Next, since Mr. Johnson has boon in St. Louis to straighten out a tangle there, wo may expect to hear that he is "making it easy" for the Browns to get out of the cellar. Isn't it peculiar that one person should bo accusing tho American league head of favoring the White Sox and that another should infer that ho is attempting to boost Boston, while still another would have us be "Ride 'cm straight up." It Isn't ofton that lady riders will make that boast, but two young women arrived in the city yesterday, and hearing that a stampede was coming off next month, they said they were here to stay until the big event was over, and declared that there was never anything raised on the Southern Alberta range that they couldn't ride to a finish. The young ladies in question are with a party of riders and there is nothing to it but "Lcth-bridgo or Bust" for thorn on August 15, 16 and 17 Tho Stampede committee is getting busy. They aro letting no grass grow under their feet. Yesterday afternoon they held a hurried meeting in the Alexandra hotel when the main business was the appointment on salary from now until the stampede Is over of Fred Karren and O. F. Urscn-bach, who will give their whole time to the affairs of tho big doings. They will open up an office in the downtown section where they will be available at all times of the day to all who have any business with tho stampede committee. A contract will shortly be awarded to a contractor for tho changes in tho grounds and the erection of corrals and chutes for tho stampede. Chutes will likely he erected immediately in front of each end of the grand stand so that all bucking horses will do their prettiest right in front of tho crowd and so close that the spectators will got a thrill. There will bo no need of field glasses to see the fancy bucking, bulldogging or any other of-tho wild west feats. Arrangements were made to make the first day of the stampede moving picture day when Roy B. Wheeler of Calgary will tako complete motion pictures of the stampede, the city, the prominent men of Magrath, Raymond and Lethbrldge, thus getting a good exhibit of pictures which will do much to advertise the district, the' stampede, the riders and put Lethbridgo on the map for the big joint fair and As the Old Boy Says : "What is more enjoyable 1 than a Promoter Blunt cigar Answer: "Three. You get them for a quarter. S. DAVIS & SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL. ALL NEW-FANGLED Rubs Sphere Until It Is White and Smooth and It Hops Effectively lievo tho same league head is trying I stampede which is billed for 1918. 8 0 and INTERNATIONAL First gamo-Newark 9, Tor6nto 7. Second game-Newark 8, Toronto 3. First game-Providence 0, Rochester 0. Second game-ProvlJc-.ico 0, Rochester 11. -Richmond 1, Montreal 5. Baltimore 12, Buffalo 2. - 1 to aid the Yankees? The best deduction to bo made is that Mr. Johnson is "helping" them all-that is, ho is strictly on the job of maintaining* his league as the best conducted organization in baseball. Doesn't Look Like "Favoritism" Several decisions recently at Com-iskey park certainly don't indicate that the umplrc3 aro tumbling over themselves to boost Comlskey to a (lag. Early In tho season Umpire Nal-lin set a procedent by permitting a player to score from third with the winning run against the White Sox on a balk when Ray Schalk held up his hand to stop the game, contend-1 Ing lio had a mote In his eye. Dan-! forth had started his pitch and stop-. ped at the top of his pitch. Nullin | said he had balked. This last week Umpire Billy Evans set another precedent when he allow-, Roger Peckinpnugh to score the winning run for the Yankees, although ho had been tagged.out by Schalk ho- i fore touching the homo plate. Peek-1 inpaugh hasn't touched homo yet. In i this lnstanco the runner came in a tilde ahead of the ball, but Schalk wbb on the lino for tho throw and ahead of the runner trying: to slide1 for tho bag. The ball fell from Schalk's hands and ho fell back over Peck. As the catcher sat. on the runner ho picked up tho ball In a flash and tagged his man, Urnplro Kvnns declared it wnB interference and permitted the run to score. It set a precedent, whatevor the merits of tho decision. Ray Knight is working hard to make the stampede events the best ever staged in the south and is there with a number of side bets that will bring out the best cowboy talent in the whole western country, on both sides of the line. Those-at yesterday's meeting were Ray Knight, Levi Harker, J. W. Kvans, Fred Karren, D. F. Fawns, W. Pussey, T. J. O'Brien, L. D. King and O. F. TJrsenbach. Since Russ Ford's famous emery ball that broke both ways has been taboo occasional report lias arisen of other freak deliveries that caused batsmen to worry. Cy Falkenberg is credited with being able to make a ball take queer movements by means of. the use of licorice, bnt it Is Cicotte's "shino ball" that is the big noise just now. I Cicotte's now stunt, which is technically O.K., having already been ruled on by Ban Johnson, is merely an adaptation of tho spitter. The "shine" effect is secured by means of rubbing the ball on a wet spot on the shirt front. With a smooth spaco and a rough space adjoining, he Is enabled to get a stronger grip on the ono side of the hall than the other, a (juoer jump being thus given the ball when it is thrown, while the sphere is also given a disconcerting and streaky appearance in passage. Whatevor may ho said of Cicotte's now delivery it is indeed effective, for, with its assistance, the veteran, who is. next to Eddie Plank, the oldest pitcher in the league, is enjoying his best season ever. Ho has pitched j in nine victories, four of which have been shut-outs and one a non-hit affair Those who have watched his work declare that he has more speed than ever and bettor control. Certainly he has shown remarkable consistency along with brilliancy, and If indications aro prophetic ho should be one of the best performers in the entire big ring this year. Umpire Bill EvanB is a keen critic of the line points of the game, and he has made a study of Cicotte's now delivery. He says that it is worked on exactly the opposito principle from i__ tho emery ball, and describes Its operation and effect as follows; "Clcotte is working on a theory exactly opposite to the emery ball," explains Evans. "He wets a spot on his uniform, and on this he rubs a ball until one side is very white and smooth. The other is rough and soiled. With the ball properly smoothed and polished he gets more of a grip on one side than on the other, and the ball acts exactly as the emery ball acted. "Then, again, the effectiveness of this delivery Is Increased by the white and dark spots on the ball. There is something of an optical illusion when the bright spot Is turning all the time as It goes to the batsman. But there Is nothing illegal about the delivery." E I Says He Was Surprised When Manager Threw Towel Into the Ring Philadelphia, July 27.-Johnny Kll banc denies his defeat by Benny Leon ard will cause him to retire from the lighting game. He acknowledged Leonard's superiority, but declared Manager Jimmy Dunn had acted has- tily in throwing the towel in the third round. "I was one of the most surprised persons in the world," he Mid, when I learned I was the victim ot a knockout. My brain was clear and I was strong. Jimmy Dunn evidently thought I was through when he saw me slip to my knee, and later tossed the towel into the ring. I wondered why he did It." Kllbane would say nothing about a return fight. NOTHING ACCOMPLISHED. The Hague, via London, July 28.- Theodore Wolff says In the Tageblatt that it is easy to express In a single-word what has been accomplished in the way ot reform in the German empire, and that word is "nothing." THE "TWO FOR ONE" 18 COMING. ASSOCIATION Columbus 5, St. Paul '6. Indianapolis 1, Milwaukee 2. LouUville 2, Minneapolis J. HOW THEY LINED UP. London, .Inly 26.-Tho vital division in tho house of commons on Monday night showed 200 Unionists, 80 Liberals and five labor members for the government; one Unionist, 80 Liberals and 16 labor members ugalnst. Several ex-Liberal ministers voted with the minority. AJr. Asqulth Jwas not present. The Autoist Who Seeks The best equipment for hit car will make no mistake when he drives up to our door. For here he will find all the newest, and bent In "auto supplies of every description. We handle standard products only and the satisfaction they ensure Is attested 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 BACK OF UNION BANK MOTOR CO. HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. ADMISSION PRICES Stampede, Lethbridge AUGUST 15th, 16th, 17th Adults, to grounds____............... $1.00 to grandstand.............. 50c to reserved seat...........50c extra Children, to grounds ----........ 50c to grandstand................ 50c Autos, parked under police supervision. 25c Autos used as grandstand seats at race track, additional...............75c REFRESHMENTS Stampede management Insists that all refreshments on ground must be sold at regular city prices. , CHILDREN'S STREET CAR FARE Regular 1 cent fare for children will be main* tained during the stampede, but children must be provided with coppers before entering the car. Conductors can not make change on caw. ;