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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'HSDAY, OCTOHKU 1C, Tim LETHBRTTX5E DAIL1 HKHALD v PAfiF. TIIHEB "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McManus "tou TIME' fQU 'WH.L TQ TAO.K TO MY FMHEE} AHD4ET CONSENT! (ANNQT (.WE. WITHOUT WELL-HERE'S FOR FUNERAL. THE THE GETTER! World's Series Post Mortem is (he Itesl Baiter; Faber Leads lliirlcrs Muggsy Misses Fire Again J. Collins. Chicago.................. 21 Ucbold, Chicago.................. 5 Jackr.on, Chicago 23 Felsch, Chicago 22 Holko, Xcw York.................. 21 Hums. New York.................... 22 Schalk. Chicago..................... 10 Gandll, Chicago..................... 20 Schupii, New York 4 I lerzog. Xew York.................. 24 Faber, Chicago 7 Fleleher. Xew York................ 25 Kauff. New York.................... 25 Sallcc, New York C McMullIu, Chicago................. 24. Zimmerman, Xcw York............... 25 Clcotlc, 1 Demon, New York................ 4 Wllholl. New York.................. I Team Batting (By H. G-. LO Well. Ihe World's "Serious" all over and the dmo-has come for post tnortems. did Chicago win'and Uic Giants lose? The freaks of the game hail as much (o do wltli It as anything else, but Ihe scries furnishes food for thought on llic part of Ihc fans. -Muggy McGraw has been williin striking; distance of (lie championship Jour tinics-In tlio twelve years, bill he lias missed fire every lime. Why? Chick-Gandll, first sucker of the Wliftc Sax, has o! bcitig dubbed "llmely'1 sWalter o[ Ihc series. In both Saturday's and Monday's games.lio produced (he blnglc nMlhc psychological momonl and upset Me draw's apjile cart, lie batted .300 for (lie series aa against n season's average of -.272. Eddie Collins1 stock lias jumped about 100 points, loo. Eddie, were lolJ, but the hero of more lhan one ivorld's charuulonshift. con- lea t-played the Earuo of his career during 'ihe present struggle, balling for .-109, scoring -.four runs and lending HID Held in base-stealing with three. Is Eddie HobBrlson Has Slugglnjj-Honors Holiertfion, of the came through Ihe serioa wilh ,lhe tatting honors, II binglcs in 21 the plate for an average of .523, R. mark seldom beaten ItobcrLson'a season ay era go was only' so at lie---can be said-to be the batting "star uncovered in this scries. Eleven .hits for 13 bases i? some clouting. Faber is Hurling King s Faber Is llio lending pitcher, ha vine von the four gamee lafcen Ity Chicago. He milled Saturday's game from Ihe (Ire and pitched masterly hall in'lhe secomi arid nlxth contests.'' In Ihe fourth game, played In'Xcw York, lie WRS driven from llie box when Schupp was bis opponent. Though Schupp appears in the-averages-to have the .bellcrjaverage on the pitching with onp win anil 'no Josses, Schupp was driven from the mound In the second game In Chicago when Kaler was opposing tilm.- So" that Fabor clearly has the better o[ llie argument in spite of llic tact that the aTeragcs enow Schupp" with a 'perfect' percentage, Benny and-Zim Were Lemons Probably the sore touch of llic whole scries Lo llic Gotham fans Is thti Kauff anil Zimmerman Ktt down with the slick. Though Benny con- 11001011 opportunely. In ihc fourth game-ip iVcw York, driving out Iwu i-lrcull cltwlg, he annexed only two other hits during Uib whole; series, so that the glamor uf the two Iio'mers Is dlnimeilMjy the lad that hJs scries balling average is only .160 as against, a season average uf .307. Benny was the hero of one ganic and Iho ImU'nf-lhc.rcsl. Heine was a "WOJSE fizzle. Ilo connected safely three limes in 25 trips lo the pnn, pulled oh" a toner when lie tried lo steal home and anolher when he couldn't calch Rdrlic Collins between the third sack and the plate yesterday. I Jennie nnd Heine jvllHi.ivo lo p_l.iy liXft fiends next year lo snuaro IhcnioblvcE wlth.McGraw and ihe Riant" fans. How the "Dope" WPS Upset H Is inlcrcslinfi lo note lliat in balling where the season's averages sliotvcd Ihc GJjiuls leading the. Sox hy six points In attack, the Sox reversed the order hml led the Giants 17 points on Ilia sdrlcs; while In fielding, where 'the.So? led the Mew York stjund by seven'points on the season's play, the Giants reversed ihc order and led llic Sox by one point during Ihe series. So wlirU's llic use of "dope" prior to the contest? During the series the While Sox hit the pill 54 times for C3 bases In 137 trips to ilic plate. The Giants binglcd'thc ball 51 69 bases In 156. trips lo the plate. The Glanta drew seven walks, while the Giant pitchers furnished Chicago liatleis Tree transportation ten limes. The Sox e wiped 'six sacks, while McOraw's hopes could purloin'only three. The Giants made 11 errors white ihe Sox made 12, but Iho Giants mlied bone wllh lliQli' muffs and they were disastrous. Chicago team won Uic flag hy winning on. pasture. Folio wing arc the complete series averages as made from Ilio official box scores of the six urines, received over Ihe Hernld's-lensed uylrc. Inci ilenlally II is plca.qlng Herald be able lo stnle that never since Ihc aeries became llic baseball derby Have wo been able .lo supply ihe fans with Ihe service siich astwag available (his year by the In all tlio Ihc Ucralil wire7 was within ten seconds of the actual play on the field. Coiling tossed out PInch-hltCer McCarly for (lie last put-out in Monday's game, the Hcr.iM gave the result lo the fans waiting in front of Llic Herald office wlllrtn (en seconds of Die play, anrf the fnim In were'on their way to their offices as Ihe disappointed New York tans were gclllne up to leave Ihc Polo Grounds. QuIcJc workr Individual Batting Season AB. H. H. Avc. Ave. 202 1.000 .152 21 3i 11 .253 13 2 5 .384 Chicago........................ 197 ,N'ew- York.................-'. 193 Team Fielding n. 21 17 York................. CUicaeo................... Stolen Bases B. Collins, Chicago........... Robertson, New York......... Gandil, Chicago............... Jncksoii, Chicago.............. New York Schalk, Chicago.........-..... G, Xew York 3. Sacrifice Hiti McMnllln, Chicago............ Raridcn, N'cw York............ llerzcg. New York............ Sallec, Xew York............., Fabcr.-Chlcago............... Home Rims KauJT, New York Fclscl', Chicago.............. 'Three Base Hits Ktrn-itermsn, New .York........ McCarthy, Xew York........ Jlobcrispii, New York Ilrrzog, New York Two Base Hits Mt-Muliin, Chicago J Collins, I'O. 153 .156 C t 1 C G 5 G 1 C 'l 5 4 1 3 J 1, Oj 0 E. 11 12 .255 .400 .304 .572 .285 .203 .300 ,2M .142 ,200 .ICO .157 .125 .120 .143 -.000 .000 Avc. .274 .257 Avc. .053 .235 .238 .302 .301 .273 .201 .272 .157 .213 .101 .552 .307 .224 .237 .301 Season Avc. .2 CO Season Avc. .901 :'JGS 2 NOBLEMEN CIGARS "Made for those who want the best, NOW SOLD IN THREE SIZES 2 for 25c. s. DAVIS in Lhc league stand- Perrilt, New York Holerlson, New -York Neiv York McCarty, New York Jtfgberg, Chicago E. Collins, Chicago Weaver, Chicago 6 2 22 21 H- 2 11 5 2 1 D 1 '.400 .600' .409 .331 .270 .268 .212 .280 .2SS The Monarclis Tor tbc second lime Ihla ''season ilowncd Ihc Reds. Ihls linio lo Iho luue of SO-27. II was a close, well contp.alccl gnrae from Uic atari, Iho Monarchs gaining an early lend which the Kcds were never nblc Lo overcome. In Ihc first half tbo showed some brilliant plays, partic- ularly nice shouting hy their captain and leader, P. Irwln, who negotiated H potnU for his leani during Ihls half anil 5 more in tho second. The HcJs combination, was Ihe great fenluro of Lhc garnc, and If It had 'iecn backed by a I (Llic more con- IsLcnl .alioolmg, the score would have had a different aspect. In Lho second half, after making a iKght change fn their Ilne-uyt ino tctls came the old wnr.- lorsc UMIf Jlurray, playing a good ;ame aU over tho field and shooLIng outs perfectly. They camo with En hreo polnla of the ,.Monarchs. The crowd were yelling madly rUii ox- bul-lhcy could creep up no "arther on the now fighting .Von- archs. The fime becamo a HUle Monarchs "Y" Stars1.....-. Hcria Won. 3 Lost. 1 1 Grasp the Economical Side of the tin propelItlon mi you'll find yajrttU on Ifc mlleile tide every tlm4, Mlleafe In i tire tpelli cipl- tal Came here ind buy huve (he rnlltiiae In yo'J pay it Bijou Motor THE HOUSE ,OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET. SOUTH WHY RESERVES ARE NEEDED OUawa, Ever since the Military Scrvicc'acL has been TTroucht forwnnl, individuals have been ask ing how It Is that, with. over Can ad Inn soldiers In England, serves must bo raised at home. The educational campaign now being con dueled by llie Military Service conn ell, n non-narlisnn Lodjr, la clearing Ihls mailer up. It Is pointed ouL lliat Ihc Canadian gcnerala al.thc front would nol come lo Canada for reserves If lliern were (n England surtlclcnt Cab ad fan (ronps seen at his Lome here yesterday. 'JSu far as I personally am concern- lo tTin at Iho Tronl, What mnkes Ihe call fn Canada f la (ho fact thai only a limited num- ber oflfie Candilian troops (a England are aVfiMablc for service In Ihc field. The Canadian (roopa in (ho old country Include slcfc and wounded In, largo number, men held In reserve for" many, sorrlccs rcnulrcd behind Ihe SiLlon have enlercd the cabinet only an "reason why Iho Liberals of Alberta should 'stand firm Phillips, en route io Foreniosl, where, their resolves of Ihe Winnipeg con- she will visit for a few weeks. said Hon. C. W. Cross, when antt Mrs. Emll Wat turn rclum- an extended visit wllli relatives in North Dakota. Mr. Wat- urn brought home with him a new Imousinc, purcbascil in Bt. Paul. J. H. En-Hsh ot the Alherla Provin- cial police, now Fifilloned at.Dow Isl-i and, was in town on business Tuesday; and Wednesday- Friends will he pleased lo hear that I Privale Gcorgo Halshcck, who WDS re- cently wounded, is now well enough ,o he out of Ihc hospital, and has been ten days' absence, anil' :ie Is visiting relatives In Scotland. Mr. anil Mrs. Gust Hen kfirl al Dow Island hospital, a son, Oct. 5lh. Jlr. and Mrs. Ray Galvin al now Island hospital, a girl, Ocl. 12. Sir. nnd Mrs. William Lud- wick, at .Medicine Hal hospital, a boy, Oct. Dlh. Word lias been received from Olt.i- wa by Mrs. Gladys Palmer that her1 husband, Private Sam' rainier, had been wounded in Ihe eye, by a bomb. "We now have two elevators, YfJiosc oTvrierg built coal shotls Ihls summer, In handle so we hone lo be fccjit Rupplied wllh tbal necessity during the coming winter boiler lhan previ- ously. Threshing is nlioiil over, (he past week the wont her has been very fftvor- nblc-' Several -creivs finisher! this week and were paid. We hear farm- ers saying every their grain yield' cd belter than" expected. They arc IHITV trying to got as mucli ploughinB: done as possiblo before Ihc freeze up. lines, men engaged In transportation, storage, hcadciuartcrs, pay and other units required lo keep up Ihe Cana- cKan organization In England, and other necesiary work. Besides, pnly.l men in tho finest physical eo.'Klilfon can he tnkcn to rclntorcc (he units al tho" front and of those In England only a Hmilcil number fit nay onp lime when Ihc cfell he continued, "I hope my friends will clearly understand that niy, atti- tude is unchanged. After viewing Ihc cabinet now being formed and. under- standing these things for which they stand, I am fir inly convinced thai In Ibis crisis the first, duly of.Cana- dians (o their country is lo get rid of llic crowd of al Ottawa who have brought the country tc its present condition. 1 am for Sir frfcl Laurter, -who, as leader of Ihe Liberal parlf, is in this fight Lo the finish." A ONE-CENT CONCERT .Manhattan fs giving ukelele con- certs for Ihe Cross. .The first one raised Is more Ihon it waa Re- flector, Let Us Get Together on this Underwear Question! range for fall and winter'.s Inrge and the prices are right- We are showing the Richmond {Nature's Fit) line fn the new 'Luck' weave, it is just the thing for the man who can not wcnr wool next his body as U has a fine sheen of cotton woven on the inside, per suit Ask to sec our line of "SI. George's in the camel hair; finish at per suit. Union suits from up, W. B. KESTER CO. EXCLUSIVE MEN'S WEAR 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH? PHONE 1817 WE OUTFIT AUTOS with everything required -for use or comfort Haul Grain and Work Your Farm at Minimum Cost f We have a feKv Staurtf, AUachnicnts for Tord Cars. For Sale at each, f. o. )b. Lcthbridge. The regular jirlcc is ORDERS, ACCOMPANIED WITH DEPOSIT, BOOKED IN TURN A3 RECEIVED, LETHBR1DGE MOTORS LTD. iELEVENTH SOUTH' TO ATTEMPT TO MEN.' TION ALL THE ACCEtO- ORIES WE CARHV WOULD BE FUTILE. SUFFICE TO SAY, THAT NO MATTER WHAT YOU OR YOUR MA- CHINE REQUIRES, YOU WILL FINO IT .HERE AT; ITS BEST AND 'AT THE" LOWEST PRICE. BAALIM MOTOR CQ. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION HARrW HOLMAfi, Mfr. ;