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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TU1S1MY, OCTOHBH 2, 1917 THK tKTHBnilXJE DAM THMB "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. Me Harms I HOPE I SET A COOD COOK Dope on the World's Series Big League Baseball (Canadian Press) i Now York, Oct. Lho win-1 nlng o[ a pennant and the resultant' larUclpatlon In Ihc wprlcl series is used upon the number of won luring Hie entire season of league play. It Is 33 a rule the final weeks of the schedule In ivhlch the J-'liam- Kcw York 5t. Louis Cincinnati Chicago Boston Brooklyn Ptttslurg ,Hoslon NATIONAL 93 SS 70 I.osL 5G C2 C3 77 73 70' OS 50 103 000 000 000 002 r.c. .024 .551 .034 .510 .453 .473 MS .327 i 2 9 2 and Tragrcssor; Cooper and otlicr games scheduled. F1MED FOR HAZING F1M 1 THE FRESHMEN Boatoa Cleveland Washington Xew York St. Loula Philadelphia Won.' I-oaL ........100 89 19 71 51 52 51 OB S2- 90 P.O. .013 !57S .510 AM .457 .372 .35 Chlcago 7 Now York 9 Williams and Schalk; Shocked and Wallers, Xo other games scheduled. [ember the New York Nationals play- ed 23 gftmes, of which they won 16 and lost 7, showing a winning aver- ago of .C9fi for that period. la.tho same number- of. days the Chicago White Soi played 15 games of which they wou all but 3, for an average of ,SOQ. In these 15 games tlie Chi- I cago jilayers accumulated a total ot II S2 rune to their opponents' 64 or an arc clinched. Al Ihls perio of Ihe play the leading teams of each u- 1U........w v. ieaguc arc pulling forth their greatest nvcragfc ot close to 5% runs per game, efforts In an attempt to capture nrsLjTno ciants aggregated SO runs in 23 place and each day's struggle Is fought games for an average of per con- out to the finish. For this reason 11 test, while their opponents collected has frequently Dcen said that Ihe true fig. u jhe opposing strength were speed of a team In a world series can be gauged from the power of Us play ncnr llic point where the pennant was mathematically won. Baaed upon Lhla assumption, an an- FrcQ'Crlnlon, N.H., Oct. many (lie slmlcnta of Iho Univer- sity o[ r-Jew Brunswick Insl week par- ticipated in Hie "fmtlat'on" ot tlic rnemucrsl of the ircs.limeii club In ylo- lallon ofY Chancellor C. C. Jones, .Ihb chniiecllor ycsleruaj- an- nounced eacli Gludenl wlio look liart would ;ue fined 52a. The students will ue suspended from nil privileges unlll Iho flncV arc paid and will be de- barred from prizes and scholarships during year. Scholar- ships already awarded will bo cancell- ed. The students nITcclcd declare lha( they appeal t'o the university sen- PPAI ncno IMtl MPtlfi Purchasers Maj- Be De- nied Admission to Says State's Attorney Chicago, Stpl. o[ Hcrles-llckets froin scalpers mar TRIAL AGAIN POSTPONED. Indianapolis. Intl., Oct. Ihc lecond time Ihc trial ot Dan Shay, lormer minngcr tit the -Milwaukee American Association baseball club, charged wllli the munler bf a negro iveltcr here, has liecn postponcil. Tlio trial was to have started today, but Illness of one of the attorneys In the case caused It to ho postponed Indef- initely. TO AID SASKATCHEWAN GREATER PRODUCTION LOAN Mooae Jaw, Sack., Ocl. l.-f9askal ewan branch oMho Association has Iho follow- ing meetings .In [be Interest o( Iho Saskatchewan greyer prorlucllon loan: October 1, Yorklou; Ocl. Z, Iloglna; Ocl. 3, Moose Jaw; Ocl. 5, North Ilal- Itelord; Ocl. 12, Prlnco Albert. Premier Martin will speak at Ihe Regln.i mnelmg antl Hon. ,C. A. Dun nlng al Yorkton anil Moose Jaw Speakers for llic other two meellngs nave nol been announced. Negoll lions lire undor way tor a meeting Saskatoon. .tr t- t tf f BiLLiAfp CHAMPIONS nufialo; .SfY., Oct. cpn ol New York, cnallengor, liok E big lead ofer Franl Tnberahl ot SchenecladyAlho pockot bil- liard champnn, last nlfht when he tho llrst ball milch. 150 lo 32 In kl ol their 450 ]n Isslon lo tho i Attorney Hoyne statement Issued lo- alysls of llic work of the Chicago Americans and the Xcw York N'ation- als in the closing weeks of the pre- sent reason should afford a somewhat general outline of the form which may be expected ot these Iwo clubs when they meet In the world series of 1917. On the flrst day of September, the Chi- cago While Sox irei'C leading In the American league by names over the Hoaton lied Sox, while the New York Nationals led the Phlllte In the icnior league by 9 games. In neither case was the lean" so great ,hal the runner-up did not have chance to overtake and pass the pace setters. Under trio circumstances Anderson have worked an New York anil Chicago learns were average ot ITA each, forccil fo play their best and duptte i For the White Box, Clcolte, AVI1- may DC helpful l game. The Gia'i the followers of tho llec, la the followers of th 'iiU" hare used Salle NOBLEMEN CIGARS "Made for those who want the best." NOW SOLD IN THREE; sizes 9. enual In all gamee, .wulch was not Iho rase, howcvar, ll.mlsDt be assumed lhal tho While Soi attack was strong- sr iban lhat.ol the Giants, while the letter's -defense was lianler lo break through. The fact that these clubs did nol, ot course, face Ihe same op- ponents must not be overlooked. Much been laid upon the respective ability of the pUchcrs of llic two clubs anti the part tbat IbesE twlrlcrs will play in the winning of Ihe world series. For this reason, a comparison of their box records dun throw: J, 31. Muscovlch; 2, G. Slor- Ing Ihe-perlod under consideration rlson; 3, D. Macleod 2 for 25c. DAVIS stopped MTeral ago, appllca- tlon> cuntlnna lo pour'In from all parts of the country. BAUNCE OCT. 8 Several ot the more length; eycnts of (lie school aporls programme! plnnned (or ThnnhsglTlng Day, wero rue off yesterday afternoon in order to Bave time, next Monday, nnd the re- Eults are published below. The standing of the 'senior High School cup com pot I tors isi nMpaih, 18 pulnls; Gillies, 7 points; Waddlngton, j points; Young, 3 points, and Van- Harlein, 1 point. Central school leads ap a Tew points In Iho Intcr- echolasllc erents- No records IIRTC leen brolicnN lo dale. High school girls, senior running high Jump: N. Maclcod; 2, G, Cresa; 3, II. Kellh. High echool Intermediate run- ning high Jump: 1, V. Elton; 2, ,F. Gcoehagcn; 3, D. SandqutsL High school girls, Junior running high Jump: 1, E. Hamilton; J. Mcllvena. High school boys, Intermediate pole P. Melllns- l High school boya, jubior pole Tault: 1, A. Dicfcson; 2, C. Morrison; 3, M. Muscovlch. High BChool-Loj-s, senior shot put: 1, Ilidpath; 1, H. 3, R. Van Haarlem. High school intermediate shot put: 1, II. Collier; 2, H. Johnson; 3, High school hoys, senior running broad Jump: 1, W. Tlldna.h; 2, VG, Young; 3, R. Waddington. High school girls, opens, running broad jump: l, H. Keith; 2, V. Elton; M. HJ'EODU. High school boys, ning broad jump: 1, P. Mclllng; 2, D. Collier; 3, W. Hysppp.' High school boys, junior running broad, jump: 1, G. Morrison; 2, T. Dlckcll; 3, M. Moscovlch! High school boys, senior, hop'Step and Jump: 1, V. Glllls; 2, W. nidpath; 3, II. AVaddlnglon. High school hoys, intermediate, hop 9tnp and Jump: 1, P. Moiling; i, E. Gelger; 3, C.-Hulton. High school boys, junior hop-step and Jump: 1, G. Morrison; 2, M. MUE> covlrh; 3r T. JJlc-Koll. High school boys, senior baseball throw: 1, W. RIdpath; 2, V. 1, S. Vaselenak. High school boys, Intermediate base- ball throv: E. 2, w. 'llysopp; 3, C. EJang. High Bcbool boj'Sj Junior baseball Public school boys, senior hop-slep and Jump: I, P. Audet; Davis; 3, D. Wadrtcl. Public school hoys, Intermediate hop-step and jump: 1, H. Kernm; 2, P. Gnddcs; 3, L. Hays. Public school boys, junior hop-step and Jump: 1, A. AH r ens; 2, Seltzer; 3, D. Coultrvv Public school-bors, senior running broad.jump: 1, P. Audet; 2, D. Dayia; 3, M. B a lo man- Full! ic school "boys, Intermediate running broad Jinny: P. Geddes; 2, B. McCamblv: 3. L. Hava. .lor running1 iroad Jump: 1, D! Seltzer; 2, A. Ahrcna; 3, J. Illcke. Public school boys, senior baseball throw: 1, P. Audet; 2, B. Davis; 3, H. Clark. 4944-% fl..> O 4 GAME DEFAULTED. Owing to tue Injury of Capt. McKlllop of the the baskolball wllh the Monarchs last night was Tor- felled to Lliem. REACH AGREEMENT Lexington, Ky., Oct. -was offici- ally announced here today an agree- ment between Iho striking minors and coal operators In soulheaatera 'Ken- lucky and northeastern Tennessee had been reached and Llial the mines would resume work In no less than five days. Between and been Idle ID these flelds'for'abbut, sJi weeks. Chicago, Oct. cost heavily In friends to piny in a world's series, President Comtekcy of the champions, dcclareu iuuiy fia'-ilid Usl oMhe ap- plications for reserved tickets for the baseball games here were rcluroed lo Ilia senders with tho explanation that no more tickets were available. Tn this connection It was pointed out that during the baseball season there arc perhaps persons In Chicago who may be termed patrons aL South Side Park and who hare expressed a desire "to seo' the aorta's games. The. bail park will seat ap- proximately persons. Hard Battery Station V We shall be glad to explain THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OUR STORAGE BATTERIE3 AND THE OTHEH KIND. THERE ARE MANY POINTS OF SUPERIORITY IN -OUR BATTERIES THAT THE AVER. AGE LAYMAN DOES NOT UN- DERSTAND BUT WHICH ARE TO HIS INTEREST TO KNOW. IF YOUR BATTERY IS GIVING YOU TROUBLE OR YOU NEED' A BATTERY FOR STARTING OR LIGHTING PURPOSES, COME AND SEE US. BAALIM MOTORX CO. HOME OF_ THE CHEVROLET, BAck OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLVAN, A Mai Saw a Mitchell and he hallo have it, so he left us his Chevro- let to scll.U is easily worth biit.the man with lie Mitchell says yon can put yonr own price m And still they rave alwit the CosiW 'Living. Bijoul Motor Parlors 1 THE HOUtE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET LETHBRlLJOE, ALTA. We'll Bt GUd to Yon! The Lethbridge Hotel IS NOW Under New Management Entire building to be refurnished and redecorated throughout. Rooms to new beds and carpels. There are bright sample rooms. A brand: new kitchen staff and a first clasn dining room. Service under personal supervision of the owner The TrtTellinj Public will find this a pleasitit, hotel European Plan up LEE, ProprietcF ;