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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1917 VI1K LKTlllUIIDGE DAILY HKHALI) PACK THREE' 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Mantis THE ONE THfVT COULD IT- Thirty-Three Thousand Fans Saw Sox Win Only Game Awav From tlome I'olo Grounds, Ncn- York, Oct. The Chicago American pennant' win- ners marched trunniihantly oSC with the world's aeries chauiiifonshln yes- lordiiy -by defeating Ihc New York Glanls 4 to 2. lied Fiber pitched Gupcrb game for his Chicago team males. Ollicial liox acore: AD n H I'D A E J. Collins, rl l.clhold. rf....... MtMtllcn. 31] K.'Collins, !li Kelscli, cf. Gandll, ID. Weaver, ss.. Schnli, .e. Faber, p..... 1 Tolal...... New Jlurns, If.' HcrzoE, 2b. KauIT, cl. Zimmerman, ,31j. Fletcher, 93. Kobcrtsbn, rf. Holkf, Ib. 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 i i o o 3 2 14 I 1 1 4 0 0 (Saturday's Gimc') Xavy C2. Maryland Stole 0. Pennsylvania 10. Swarthuiorc 0. 14, Cornell 10. Army 34, Virginia Military Inatl- tuto-0- AmhGrsl 19, Union 6. P.ltlahurg 4U l.cblgh Harvard freehnifn 16, Andorer 0. Syracuse 14. Hulgers ID. llarvaril vuralty Iliforinal 36, Bum- kin Island naval reserre 0. Vlrsrlnla 21, Carlisle 0. Minnesota 64. South State 0 Illinois 44, Oklahoma 0. Indiana 40, St.'Louis 0. SI. Thomas 14, North At gics 0. WIsroilBln C, Notre Dame 0. Ohio Stale 40, N'orlhweatera 0. South 19, Norll Dakola 0. CWcago 48. Vanaerbllt 0. Nebraska 47; Iowa 'fit" Jllchlgan 69, llounl Union 0. Marquelle 49, BelolL 0. Case 0; Ohio Wcslcyan 0. Kansas 33, .Kansas Normal B. Purdue 7. Depiiw G. Kalamazoo Normal 7, JUIcbJgan-Ag- gies 3. Crcifihtton 10, Drnke 3. -llamlln uaivcrslly 1, McAleatcr col- EC 0. Oregon 14, MullDomah 7- O.A.C.. 34. Vancoover ebldlers 0. to more then halt of (to youngsters around the bush leagues who appear to have budding talent. Will Can Ihc Jinx and Try lo Produce a Winner For Next Year York, Oct. 'owners of (he .Vcw York Yankees are jilamilne ahead for the season tliat Is to come. Colonel Jacol) Hupperl, who Is dic- lator-la-chler since Caplaln Til Huston crossed the pond lo do his bit with the American engineers "somewhere busy After Nov. 15 Game Ceases and King Swat Will Have lo Move Wesl By Ringside, ago, Ocl.- 16.- Kfog Stvat, the 1" i To'heaS It bad. So doc3 Car lain Huston, and the caplatn Generally gels what he war IE. Tlic failure of the Yankees to win a pennant EL nee Ruppert anil Huston bought them and put a mint ot money Into them has not Ljeen altogether tho fault o[ the field manager. Tho old Jinx has liad a lot to do with holding Colonel Hujiperl's athletes back, anil although the team was not uudcr a I manager. II would have done nmci: beller ivlth a fair share of luck. Baker Will Be Back The lifting of the suspension-hung on J. Frank Maker and the patching ,34 -J 7 27 12 1 AD R II ?Q A B lUrldeh, c. 3" Dent on, p....... 1 -0 1'errltl, p. 1 "McCnrty.....: -1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 1 L 1 0 1 12 f ot Klng'Sii-ftl's domain, unless all indications fail, shortly Is to be shifted from New York to Wisconsin or will be established the new headquar- ters of FIsllana's ruler. Tho final ciirlaln will he rung down i Hie snort of'boxing in" New York November 15, when the act repealing the Frawlef laW. permitting ID-round, no-decision bouts 'In the becomes effective. A haven for box- ers will have lo be fouud somewhere, and Wisconsin, it appear, looms up 33 the moat likely refuge. Legal In Wisconsin In Wisconsin Ihc 10-rouud, no de- of his differences: with tlic club goes that bare been allowed In zneau Ibat he wJJl hD hack In Ihe York are legal. Tonlrol ol bor- ness ncit season, reports lo the con-; ;lllg is rested in Irary notwllhstandlng. Wallle Ptpp 13 a commission tlmt. has proved expected lo retain his Job at firat base 1 capable or controlling the sport and Hoger Peckinpaugh will be hack Beeping it" clean. game In to cover the shortfield. But second [Wisconsin is in n Condition more' Lase nnfl Iho outfield due [or a heilthy anfl vigorous than in any j Put on your old grey bonnet and beat It down to the Dominion alleys tonight for the lid Is to be off for the ffrkt match game of the season. .A loud and defiant challenge has been Issued by an aggregation calling them- selves the "Skinflints'1, being all long and skinny, 4o the Herald bowlers lor a three flame series. The Skinflints will be represent- ed by Harrison, Sloan, Murray arid Irwln and they reckon ID put it over the representatives of Ihis G. F. J. who will be Evans, Freyt Long and The game will start, in the neighborhood of eight o'clock. The Dominion Alleys-are now m the best shape ever. They have been planed, thret mlneral- ite balls added, and big scorei should be the order of the day. Tonight's game Is Just a little opener, bui next week should see the City League organized and the seatan started with a vengeance. Our Own Cardslon, Oct. young men 1 claim It not due lo the war and we believe seeing the c liar ml 11 g young ladles who are (heir and 51153 Kulalla McCun-. oldeit daughter of Mr. and Mrc. Alfred Cune, were married by Iba groom's father at his residence, recenUv A most sumptuous repeat, was Bcrred to (be many guests by Mrs. Wood and Miss Fernwood Quisled Ly a bety of young ladles. The young people will reside it Ihe Cochrano ranch bungalow at Glen- wood, as the farm there will be under the management of the groom. To all partners lor Hie. I ol Cardaton'B residents both these First, Samuel Harker and Miss (young people are well and nhoda Greene were united In Ibe known. Olen Wood returned matrimonial bonds fit Hie home of the sprla groom's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Hark- Miss old time residents or Cardaton. The bride Is the oldest daughter ol Mr. and 'Mrs. D. K. Greene, or Ulcn- The-y tvlll reside nt Clenwoort ivhcrc Sam farmer- a. prosperous Then J. Ksley Dawdle Eurprised hhj friends by escorting Miss Blanche from fl mission to Samoa and McCune hii been associated, with Ecrcral business firms hers, not- ably the Cardston Pharmacy and Lh6 Royal Bank o[ Canada. Tlie Ilcturncd Mtslonary ot Ihe Latter Day Saints' church recenlr ly held tome meetlngH nt the town of Afacleod that (h032 sufRelentlr dcalr- oua of ao doing might be Letter In- Redford to Hymen's altar early one 1 formed as to tho belief of the people fine mornlng__before train time. The; known to tho world 03 "Monnoni." happy pair made Lethbrldge Iheir visiting potnt. Moth are well known in this district. Mr. Dowdle, while iisEoclaled with his father In the coal business, was widely known, and Is now tn tho employ Ql the C.P.H. here John S. Sroilb and Golden IVoolt were lha league rcpreseutatlrw, and were accompanied by Mlas Lnella Slccd and Mrs. Golden WooU. Ser- vices were held afternoon nnd Ing-. The people of Orion ward were hearly supporters of thla gathering aa they are very glad lo have their Cardslon will now be pleased to wel- neighbors at Macleod becomo better ae freight clerk. Miss Hertford was one or I.eavilt's fine young ladles, and come her in the new home of another rard. Deazer has also added Us quota to the list ol the newly married. Parley nroadhead, sou of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Chief Meyers is Given Release acquainted with (he faith of (his oft misjudged people. Mr. and Mrs. C. VT. Pickup are re- joicing in the advent ot" a record- breaking baby uoy, Ihe largest lo ar- Drcadhead was married at President} rive In Cards ton for some years past. Wood's offico recently, taking as his Their many friends here aro shower- partner for lite Miss Mae Earl of Mountain View. These young people are some of Ihc best'.to be: found let the Jill! country lo the southwest and ing congratulations upon them. Dr. V. V. Chrfstle Is also vearng a happy smle as another son has ar- rived In hffi household. Mrs. Christie Totals 33 2 G 27 12 3 tor Hcnlon In fifth. for Pcrrltt In ninth. Score by Chicago New base lill, Ilolkc; three base hit; Hcrzag; hit, Faber; If It on hiscs, Clilcago York 7. Flral basu on errors, Chicago 2, Bases on'bulls, oft Faber 1, oR JJenton 1; off 'I'errltL 1. Mils ami CBrnctl runs, off FabcrT hils G, runs Z, ]n nine Jiinliigj; off'JJonlon, 4 hlla, 0 run9 In dvc Innings; off Pcrritt, 3 lilts, 0 runs In four Innings, lilt by pjlch- crr by Iloberlson: Struck out, by by Benlon, 3; by Per- rltt 3, "Passed ball, Scbalk. plntc, Klcm; flral base. O'LotigMIn; second base, Kvans; third base, Itfglen. Tfmc 1.3S. The omclfirattendance and receipts figures are as follows: Attendance, J73.348. National commtsslon's share, 334.SO; each club's share, Wants Match Here shake-up, as Is the battery staff. Mel- seJ, Bauman and tttle to n.ihrnn is still held by Ihe have evidently failed lo fill thejjill al second base. Hill FcwsLer, a caucll- cladte front Ihc Baltimore Orioles, will try lo land lhal berlh, aod next-spring it Is said the Yanks will have Eeveral more'youngslcrs to try out for Ihe job. The oulHeld vill get a lot of atten- lioiuion, from prcscut Indications. Tho Yanks wound up the season.- with three new outfielders in their linkup. They were Camp, from Newark; Vlck from Memphis, anil f-amar, from Jack Dunn's Baltimore team. This was quite a contrast lo the Yankee's sub- urban talent last spring, with High, Ollhooley and Jlapee, and later Ar- mando, ilarsang in Ihc gardening po- [stlons. Marsans had the bad fortune to break Ms leg shortly after Joining Hie team and returnctl to his home In Havana before the season closed. Ho will report In good shapo next spring, and ]f his playing prior lo the time he was forced out of the gamo can be taken aa an Indication of what may other stale iii the union. .rrAnd It i conductetl under sanction of state law. This is a big point'In-favor of Wis- consin as a boxingicenlfe. If Ohio had a stale law permitting boxing It might set up that would deprive Wisconsin of the laur- els. Promoters in Cantou, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Akr'oii and other Ohio towns have been staging boxing bouts of more or less importance and have been "eetlinn bv.'V'.The fact remains, however, that boxing, In Is con- ducted under the 'tolerance ol .locnl authorities rather than through sanc- tion of stale statutes. So long as bouts there are conducted as they have been there probably will be no Interference, but the fact remains that nnlCEJillzcd sport. Is uncertain. Should Forijs to Front Wlsconsin.-ihcrcforc, Is ruoro likely lo Jorge to tlie front after November 15, as the centre of'things pugilistic, so far as the United States Is con- cerned. ,S6mo patrons and crillcs of the box- Ing game profess to see no great ultlNp AT'-THE; LOWEST pulse. BAALIM MOTOR CQ. HOM? OF THB CHBVROLeT J ;V Of UNION MABRY HOLMAII, ;