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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOI1RR 9, PAGK THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Maims ,OH: EXCUSE 'ME FOR HlTTlNi I THOUGHT VERE MY OUT LKTE To TIRE HES? OUT Crowds Wait in Drizzle to See Third Game of Series -Ifcw York, Oct light, cold rain that fell InLermfllently In Ihc hours weather conditional uncertain today Cor (lie third game between the Xow York Glfinta and tho Chicago Sox for llic baseball cbnnipfonslnp of tho world- The veath- tr bureau forecast Tor Hie "lay was fair and colder, but fans became anxious na the rain continued to mil. .Tho at- mosphere was decidedly, colder, nas testified to unanimously by tho Lnlvcrlng funs who slood .outside the gates of Grounds nil night. HMm fell early'last night and then ceased, but at four o'clock it started again, making'llic well-groomed play- Ing Held heavy for tho gnmc. I'olfce Officials and Polo Ground fiuftrda said thai the crowd was the smallest that has waited up Tor n world series game here In years. The first man to appear arrived at six o'clock last nlghl. The'llnc grew slow- ly and al midnight, there were n hundred ;boyE and" rrien stretched along tho fee CD. Some slept peacefully end olhera discussed the- chances-ol even up (he series. With tho 'first, streaks of dawn, and xchllo tho rain was slIU Tailing light- ly, the lyics began to grow, ond soon oil arteries ortravnl led to the Polo Grounds. When tho gales lo (he lowsr grandstand" and bleachers were open- ed at Uio llnca stretched up.and down the streets nnd arounil the grounds.' Tho alilvcring fans vroo stood in the cold all nlfilit were rewarded by first choice ol -seats In the unreserved sections. In tho upper pavll Ion had been reserved nnd were sold several days ago. This left about seals to ho sold on Lhc basis of first -come tirst served, when the gates opened toJay. DosplLo every precaution taken by Presltfcnl Hampatead, reserved seal tickets, WCTO lo be had Iroin specula lors at the grounds and at the prom- inent holds. Last nlfjhl ivaa ashei] for ono of tickets lo (lie Ihrce Raines, but prices fell today, due to the damp, weather. The total alien dance 1V38 cxpcclod lo be more than the capncfly, of the stands. While llio betting odds favored Lhc American LCBRUO champions all the 2 to 1 lo 5 lo 1, supporters ol .Iho Giants -were still. GpUniffitic. Tho local renters, while DdniHlIng the superiority "or Iho While Kox fn Iho fj'ral two Ernies, Insisted that JlcGraw's men have not yet dig played ;lhelr real baseball ability. OuUMo of the main question aa lo tvhcUicr Uio Giants can slago a spec tacular' comoliack, the followers the came devoted Iho rent of their speculations as lo Iho rival pltchera in the absenco'-ol official announce- ments. Tho opinion seemed to bo gen cral thai cither CJcoUo.or Itusacl would atari for Iho whll WcOraw would pin hia faith In SnHei or Bcnlcn. .New Vort lodny Uial the Qfr.Tils must wfn (he third game lo hftvo a look-In at Iho champ- ionship.1-To logo thfa game, they mean lhat the vrorid's serins Llllo would probably go west for tho firat llmo slnco 1909 when I'JUaburg captured' tho scries from DolroIL Delving into the records or past ;anie9 docs not hold out any encour- agement to the followers of the win- ners of Die Xallorial League. These records chow lhat since world's sor- ea have ueert played under (ho rules aid down the national commission 10 team lhat lost Lhc first two games ever c.imo Ihrougb the winner of a baseball classic. Chicago's attack ngafnat New York s above- the average so far as records ;o_ IL Is pointed out that prior to Sunday's contest wlifch Chicago won to 2, seven or more runs have been made In only seven of Che sixty-seven games played under the national coin- nhislcn regulations. In live ol the last .wclve world'3 series the winner of he liuc ribbon event captured the [irat two gomes. Aside from the games Chicago lad a decided advantage, In the pitch- Manager IlDwIaou's men .have now batted against best pitchers who the New York manager expected would at the very least break even with tho American Leag- uers on llicir own grounds.. The Soi-tapped .SaUce BufBciently lo win and hammered SeTiupn, the Now York star, out.of the box. Doth aro left banders. McGraw still has rtubo Den ton, nnolhcr southpaw, but he may decide to. try Perrill, his best right handed fUngcr to stop Com- iskoy's men. Chicago's pitching has been up lo Manager Rowland's expectations. Cl- coltc and Iho While. Sox' only two offerings so far, came through wilh rlctorlcs. -Neither was hit very hard and both now have Iho confidence born of'victory.-Rowland nay decide to pitch Ihcse two men again before taWng a chance on Rus- 30ll or ono oflils oilier twlrlors. The probable balling-order will he: Chicago; New York: J. Collins, If, Hums, U. McAIullen, 3ij. Flcrzog, 2b. THE FINAL SCORE New York OZOOOOOOO 2 8 t Chicago 02050000X 7 14 1 DiiLterics> Schupp, Anderson, Per- ritt, Tcsreau and McCarty, Rarlden; Faber and Schalk. ChlCDKO, Oct. ChlcaRO While Sox look both games of the scries here by winning again today In easy fashion from the iVew York Giants, 7 to 2. On today's play, tho Giants were apparently outclassed in every depart- ment. Manager McGraw was lore nil lo use four riiUiicrs lo stbii the Sox bombardment. The game was wit- nessed by Q crowd ot Schupp and Fabcr faced cacli oilier at MIC start. In the second inning bcth wero pounded for enough hits to yield two runs for each team, but after that Fnber was Invincible. In the fourth tho Sox.goL lo Anderson and ho was dcrrieKed for Pcrritt, but tnc Sos continued until they bad piled up five more runs, making the score 7 to Z. Faber was never In trouble from the second innings, and received perfect support, two double plays down Clan I runners'When thoy got on ho paths. First Inning t First halt: Evans gave the decisions Klein nt second base anil al third base. Collins, 2b. Kauff, cf. Jackaon, rf. Zimmerman, 3b. FeLsch, cf. Fletcher, sa: Gandll, Ib. Kobcrlson, rf. Weaver, ss. Ifolkc, Ib. Efchalk, c. Uarldcn, c. Clcolle, p. p. Umpires: At Klcm; bases, 0'- Lougblin, Illglcr and Evans. TERMINAL STRIKE CONTINUES Fort William, Oct. only tiling that can bo predicted with cer- tainly In regard to Iho elerntor slrika here lonlghl Is that the men will not bo nt work loniorrcw, 'This will an entire week during Which practic- ally no wheat lias been unloaded from cars In la tho elevators. The last raovo has bctn a lengthy incollng of the managers, which concluded short ly after 11 o'clock. At tfic close of Iho men ling, It was given out lhat Ihc discussion would lead, lo develop- ments tomorrow. ougalln Icii up; strike one; McMu.lPn forced Faber; Kiddie? to Jlerzog. Two rims. Four liita. No errors, TfiJrd Inning First halt: Lelbold Into right Held for; Chicago, llcrzog up; strike one; foul strike two; foul, Hcrzog whiffed. Knutf up; ball one; ball two; Mrikc- one- ball (nree; strike two; foul. Faber took Kflutt'e rolled and beat Kauff to the bag, a quick play on tho part nf tho Chicago pitcher. merman up; foul'strike one, strike two; Faljcr tossed out Zimmerman. No runs.'Xo hits. No errors. Second lialfjiEddie Collins up; An- derson threw out E. Collins. Jackson up; ball one; foul strike one; Jack- son singled over eccaml, his second hit of the game. Fclscli up; strike one; haU one; strike two; foul; foul; FcJsch struck out, nud on a short passed hall, Jackson went to second. Gantlll-- up; 'strike one; 'strike two; foul; foul; GandiL also struck out, An- derson's spiltcr" being battliuE to Chicago bailers. Xo runs. One liit. Xo errors. '_" Fourth Inning First half: Fletcher Fletcher popped to Weaver, Robertson up; ball one; foul strike one; strike two; s i Robertson beat out an intield hit, his of the i forced Holierteon.'.McMullPu ,lo Burns up; ball one; strike one; slrikc two; foul; bull two; Durns claimed that thb Imll hit him, but Jnipirc Evans would not allow it; hall Ihrec; Tlurns singled (o right field wilh the count three and two. llerzog up; strike one; llerzog forced Hums, G a mil! lo Weaver, Kauff up; ball one; John Collins dropped Kauff's high fly, jut recovered the ball in time lo get to second, AVcavor tak- ing the throw. Zimmerman up; Eddie Collins threw out Zimmerman at first. Xo runs. One hit. Xo errors. Second half: John CoUina up; ball one; ball two; alrlkc one; Ziminer-. man canghl J. Colllii's easy fly, Ale- IMtillen up; strike one; hall one; ball two; foul, strike two; McMullcn struck Eadie Collins. MuCarty'up; foul strike ope; strike two; ball one; Holkc. was out slealing, Echalk to Eddie Collins. The ball beat the runner by several feet. No runs. One hit. No errors; Second half: Weaver up; ball one; foul strike one; ball two; Weaver got an'infield hit Schalk up; ball CM; Schalfc singled sharply lo right, Weaver .going- lo second. Fabcr up; foul strike one; foul strike two; Fabcr fouled lo Zimmerman, Lclhold up; ball one; on a hit and run piny, Liebold singled" to centre, Ecoring Weaver and sending Schalk to third. MCMnllon up; Schalk scored on aicMullc'n'B hoi single over second; Lelbpld went to 'second on Ihc hit Tlijs lionibr.rdnicnt was too much (or Anderson and Pcrrill now pitching for out. Eddie Collins up; ball one; hall York, Kddie Collins up; hall one; two; strike one; slrlko two; Schupp Collins singled lo'righl, scoring Lei 13 using a very wide curve and keep-1 -McMullen going to third and Ing It. close and inside; IJall three; F. IT. Wicked, formely of St.Thom- as, a brolhcr of L, Wlchclt, bar- rlslcr, has, been appointed by Presi- dent Wilson as a" member of Ihc aerial mission which leaves Washing- Ion pliorlly for Paris to coiifcr wllli llio French government with regard to aviation matters. A Man Saw a Mitchell and he hart to have it, so he left us his C'hcvro- let lo sell. It is easily .worth but (lie man wMh the Mitchell says you can put your own price on il. And still (hcy.rave about (he High Cost of Living., Bijou Motor Parlors H i '.If Y. THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH Second Inning First half: Fletcher up; ball one; Weaver threw out Fletcher at first. llcibertsoii up; Robertson beat out a alow roller to B. (lolHns. Ilolkc lip; hall one. (Xcw York Just made two Holkc belled a single liner over second, Robertson going to sec- ond. McCarty up; ball one; ball two; llcb Hussoll ivas now warming up. McCarty singled lo right, scoring HoberlEon nnil when Jackson's wild throw got away from Schalk. Holkc scored, McCarty going Lo second on the lliroiv In, Schunp one; the official scorer now gives Schalk nn error Instead of Jackson; Ball one; strlko two; Fabcr threw out Schupu nt Ural, McCarly third. Burns up; ball one; Itall tivo; strike one; ball Ihrce; Weaver threw out Iliima, Two runs. Throo hits. Ono error, Rpcor.d half: Jncksbn up; ball one; ball Iwo; ball three; strike one; Jack- son slung n slnglo trt right, cfenlro. Fclsch up..Tho crowd gave the liomc rim tiliter of yesterday great cheer. Fclsch slnsicd Inlo right field, Jack- son going lo third. Gandll up. Ander- son was now irnrtufng up for Now York. Jackaon scored on GamlU's hlV off Schupp's Rlove. Fclsch going to accoml. Tho crowd was In tin uproar. Weaver up; foul strike one; foul strike two; foul. Fclech scored on Wctivcr's elnglo lo loft, Gandll going to Bccond. Scrtalk up; Schupp look .Schalk's bunt and got Qnmlll wilh' n quick, throw lo Zimmerman. Faber up; Weaver went down lo second base on this piny; Dnll one; Rlrike one; ball two; strike two; InH threo; faliep walked, the unsea wero filed, Schupji was (dkcn from tho hoi and wfla re- placed Anderson, n right bander. Lclbolcl went In to bat for John Coll- Ing. Lcfbold up; the Ufants' Infield plnycd on Iho graea; strike one; slrlko two; foul; Weaver scored ,bn Lcl- IjoW's.firountfcr. to Holko, who made Iho play at the plate. Tho umpire has Tffnhold'a grounder was n fmiI. went back to '-.third. NOBLEMEN CIGARS "Made for those who want the best." NOW SOLD IN THREE SIZES s 2 lor, 25c. S. DAVIS 3X SONS LIMITED. MONTREAL. Makers of good cigars for ootr TO years. W7 Winners of Gold Medals: Paris 1863, Philadelphia 1876, efc liiiuc playing and Raridun went in to Jackson KII; nnd Eddie Collins scored on Jackson's single lo right. On the throw to Ihe plalc Jargon ilashcd lo second, Fclsch up; strike one; ball one; foul strlko two; I'clsch Hoed to llerzog, who touched scrond and doubling Jachson, Five runs. Six htls.. No errors. Fifth Inning First half: Itarhlcn un; alrlkc one; McMullcn threw out ilarlden. Perrilt up; ball one; hall two; strike one; FwritL singled orer second. Uunis slrihq one; llurni hit into a double play. Falter tc Weaver to Gandil, No rims. One hit. N'o errors. Second half, da mill up; ball filed lo llobcrlson; Weaver Looted Weaver's ground- er and Iho runner, was safe. Schalk lip, Klmnierman threw, out Schalk, Weaver going lo second. Faber up; foul strike one; Flrikc two; ball one; Fabcr singled to tight, Weaver hold- Ing thfrJ, tiat f'abcr went on to sec- ond when lloberfaon throw lo tho plate, Lolbold up; strike one; Faber IrJcrl lo steal third wilh Weaver oc- t'unylng tho bag. XltnmcVman touch- lne..rabor wilh tJic' liall. The crowd laughed. Xo runs. Ono Ml, Ono error. Sixth Innlnfl hall: up; foul strike one. Weaver threw out Herzog el ffrsl. KaufC up; filed to Fclsch. Zimmerman up; slrlko one; ball one; Zimmerman's pop fly was token by Kddlo Collins. No runs. No rilla. No errors, Second half; Lelbolil up; ball one; elrlke ono; foul strike two; ball two; lAlhoirt flltd to HobcTtson, who illfflcully In gnatfng Ihc ball In the sun. Jlc.MulIcn up; elrlko one; ball one; Fletcher threw out McMitllr-n. Kddlo Colling up; hall ono; foul Blrlko ono; ball two; ball throe; Kddtc flcrnlcned an Infield hit Jackaon up; ball ono'f' strike, fine; strike second wflh a quick Ilirow. Jackson walked. Felsch up; strike ono; Coll- ins and Jackson executed a double teal, Ilarldcn's throw being too late to.gel Collins at third; slrikc two; Tclsch went out to Holke, unassisted, i No runs. One hit. Xo errors. Seventh Inning FiraOialf: Fletcher, up; bail one. (It was" olticlally announced that the ailendaircc was foul strike one; Fletcher singled over Mc.Mul- Icn's head. Robertson up; ball one; foul strike one; ball two; ball three; Schalk throw out Robertson at first; Fletcher moving on to second. Holke up; foul strike one; ball one; bnl) two; ball three; foul strike- two; Kclsch ran In anil took Koike's line drive and Fletcher doubled tvt second, fr'elsch to 15. Collins lo Weaver. .Vo runs. Due hit..No errors. Second half: Gandilup; Zimmerman made a nice play on Gsr.dSl's hopper and Ibrew him out at first. Weaver got an Inflelil atnglc. Schalk up; striko one; foul sjrlfce two; hall one. Weav- er went out stealing, Harlrteii lo Fletcher. ball two; Schalk filed lo KauH. Xo runs. One btt. No errors' Eighth Inning First half: Ttaridcn up; TCarli singled past K, Collins, Wllhoft now batting for Perrill. Wilholl up; ball one.; a double play followed ivhen Wilholl lo Weavc-r, who made a snap throw lo- Gandll, doubled Rari den nt first. Hums up; hall one; bnl] two; ball three, Burns wp.lkcwl on four wide ones, Hcrzog up; hall ono; slrlko OIJD; Hcrzog forced Burns, Me- Mullen to Eddie Colllus. No runs. One hit. No errors. Second hall: Tcsrcnu went Into.lh box for New York. Fabcr up; strike ono; strike tiro; ball one; foul; Fnb- or fanned, Tesreau's spiller being too much for him, LcfboM up; ball one; ball two; bull three; strike bold strolled lo first. McMullcn up; slriJco one; strike two; Lcibold oul stealing, Ilarlilcn to Fletcher; hall ono; ball two; AlcMullcn tiled out to Kautf. No No Mia. Xo errors Ninth Inning First half: Kauff up; ball ono; bull two; slrikc one; Kauff sent a hlgl: fly which Weaver sohbled. Xlmmcr man up; Fflber threw out dimmer man. Flclchcr up; strike ono; slrlko Lwo; Weaver threw out FMclicr al first. No rung. No hits. NTo errors. Collins stole; -.uiiiu, called for pitch out, lint Schalk to second and Fabcr to llrsL [could nbl pel Ms man; Viilf three" Ball ono; ielbold struck McMul-IPcirJll Alhiost picked Coillns ofl? BEST MID No Records Broken But Keen Was In Attendance The best field sports day ever'held by the Lclhhrldgo schools was pulled off yealerday, and II being _a public holiday, a largo number of cflizens visited llic grounds Lo lend cocouragc- uent to the athletic efforts of the scliolaTa Owing to ilio lenglh of tho program the detailed results will be published tomorrow. Uelow are pub liahed some of the championships. Probably Ihc keenest contested 'race of the day was that between Geoff. Wndclingian of the Central school, and Lennox llaig, -of Fketwood. They were lied and In the- run-off Wadding- ton won by a fracllon, Tho senior high school halt mllo was another nip and tuck affair, between Rco. Young and Sieve Vasnlonak. This rt; clared a draw and the points were divided. Hid pa Lli was third, making the necessary point lo win the cham- pionship. The band was In and added greatly lo tho enjoyment of (he day. Tho llianks of the schools Is tended to Thcro were about 2000 In ullcndanco, The points won by each school aro as foJIoivs: Central H3, FIcclwood 111, West uiinstcr 55, Calbralth C. Senior boys' championship public schools, 11. Audct of Central cchool. Intcrmcdlalo boys' champion public flay of Fleclwoot school. Junior boya' cliamplon ot nubile D. Sellzer of Fleelwood sihool. Senior girls' champion of public HJginbolhsra of Central school. tcrnicdiatG chant plon of public Porter ot Central school, Junior girls' champion ol public Hamilton." Senior boys' champion ol high Rldpatli. Intermediate Lovs' championship of high Moiling. Junior boys' champion of hlgU Morrison. TR AVERS (From Our Own CorrespondinO Travers, Oct. and Jfra. Earl Jones and ?trs. Guy McCann spent a few days in.LethbTldga Oils weak. Sir. G. A. Decker, from Fort Sas- kntchewan, hoa been addert lo tho staff of tho Standard bank here, Mr. Arketl being moyed from tbla point to Lomond. Mr. Kimnio, Uio Uillor from Medic- ine Hat, Is again In town on bualneis. Hughes, blocfcman for tho I, H. C. niodo a call to Trovers this wttjfc. i. number of ths Travera young people attended n. dance at Rolling on Friday of la.it week. government adjuster of the seed grain relief monies uas In town last cck. Mr- and Mrs. W. Shorlflan bava bought Sir. Guy Paulaon'3 resldcnca and movo to town eliortly. Urov.Tilng purchased, a 'ntivf Chovrole' car froni Muir and-KalttlAg. Elmer Paulson and' G. A- Holflen motored to Champion, on Friday.' Mrs. Joo Sheridan has taken 'over Miss Kuch's dullca.ivt tho basinelor's club'. Irving Gray who had a burajjer crop this year In hauling grain in regularly wilh hfa Kumley oil pull and five grain t rinks. Tho weather oml roads being very favorable- lUo past week. The school chllrfroti of TyroH'a T.akc recently EBTO tho ilrgt of a scries of concerts for the lied Cross, al which they rnlscd the sum of Tho early part of Uio evening taken up ivlth Iho children's program, nttcr which tlnnclnc was indulgotl In. Tho following is iho program gkcn by the children: Song, "tiy Order of tho School; Recitation, "John's QJ Erlckson; Song, Annie Recitation, "Tho Aspiring Uercnlco Xiicfclt; Song; Clco and Mnrjorle; Dia- logue, "Two Allco and Berlfc; Song, VMy. Little Persian Julia Nlclaon; Flag Drill, Grade Four; Heel- (fitIon, Ethel Note; '.'M'hnt n Rcnl On n nd Ian Can School. Alu'ch prafsa (a glren Miss Ldck- harl, ihb teacher for. Iho. splendid training exhibited In (ho performances of ibo cliildreu "-._ Battery Station We shall be glad to explain i i f I THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OUR STORAGE BATTERIES AND THE OTHER KIND. THERE ARE MANV POINTS OF 3UPEHIORITY IN OUR BATTERIES THAT THE AVER. AGE LAYMAN'DOES NOT UN- DERSTAND BUT WHICH ARE TO HIS INTEREST TO KNOW. (FVOUH BATTERY IS GIVING YOU TROUBLE OR YOU NEED A BATTERY FOR STARTING OB LIGHTING. PURPOSES, .COME AND SEE U3, BAALIM MOTOR CO, HOME OF. .THE CHEVROLET...... BACK OF. UNION BANK HARRY HOLM AN, ;