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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATCHDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1917 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAfLT lJKMl.fl THREB "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus Big League Baseball LEAH FIXES New York SI f.aul3 Cincinnati Chicago lirooKlyu Iloslon Plttsljurg NATIONAL Wop. I.osL 4G 55 01 fit rC. .614 AMERICAN Won. Lost. M 55 41 Chicago lloston..... !a30" Cleveland )clrolt Washington York 1. Louis Philadelphia 2 WO 000 Chicago Pitlslmrg First llrooklj'n Hoslon Second game Ilroohlyn lloslon First gamo Philadelphia Kcw York Second Philadelphia New Vork 203 100 S 12 100 100 nbo INTERNATIONAI STANDING Won Toronto 1'rovldcnce llaltlmore Xcivark Nodicaler IlllfflllO SO SI 72 C6 CD Montreal 51 Richmond Lost 5S r.c 57 59 76 7f> S-l si; Pel. o.'l- .565 .587 .540 -W5 .132 .331 .363 SD SI U' I'C 59 CO 41 IB 47 5D 50 GG C5 71 SI P.C. .055 .613 .500 .172 .4GG Ilosto'i: roster and Myers. Firat Xew 12 0 0 A gnfiiv; Johnson and 1 0 Johnson York 0 3 silngloii 11 Ixwe and .Vunamakcr; id. AinsMnith.' Second N'ew York 000 001 0 Washington .000 010 I 7 Ainsmilli. and Alexander; Shaw nnd Stipulates Woighls For Propos ei Mafched Race Wilh Lund iind Hcarn First 1, Newark C. Second 0, New- ark 3. ll.-vllliuorc 1, 1'rovldenco 2.- Virsl lillKalo I, Toronto 9. Second 0, Toronto 2. I'irsl 2, .Montreal (real 4. 4 4 HOW THEV'RE '.BATTING f.- IN THE INTERNATIONAL v v Games. Pet. Knabc, lliclmiond...... Daley, Ililffaln......... I.ajolc. Toronto........ llcnllc'y, naltlniorc 11. Young, Rochester Barber, U.iHImorc WcAvoy, JJalllmoro .Toronto (.'amp. Newark I. Schilllz, Toronlo Duffy. Montreal W. Hchultz, Providence.. Klliel, Richmond RlcNelil, Providence Callahan, Newark 'Twombly, ProrMonco J-'civfller. DnUlmoro..... I'. Montreal (it; 24 126 70 117, 12S 105 125 so 31 101 IS 120 3S 74 US' .3SG .378 .374 .3CC .3C5 .351 .330 .330 .327 .325 .325 .325 .323 .51 a .318 .313 .304 .303 FANS ELAIED OVER PROSPECTS TAIT- mark acain, topping Hie list In two-base and three-base hiding, sec- ond in scoring and fourlh. in basic sleal in K. Tlie Georgian made (cu bits iu bis last seven games, bringing bis tots! bases account un to 293. In panics Cobb lias driven out Ibirtj-- right doubles, iwcnty-tbroe (riplosand five home runs. T3u3h. Cobb's team male, is showing Ihe TV.iy to the Georgian in scorlug, having scored fiy limes as compared with 115 for Cobb. Hoth or Cleveland, llic leading base slealcr, has Ifirly- three to his credit; Chainnan of Ulevr: laud, Ins 40; JJddio Co'.IIns o[ Cliicago, 37, and Cobb, 2u. Two points separate Slsler or St Lovls, nud Spealier of Cleveland, for second and llurtl placc3 in balling, ler, second in tlic liavingan aver ape or same mark lie held a week ago. Veach of Detroit, grabuet tl'.e honors in home rua Irittiinj will citlit and Chapman of Cleveland booked in PR orifice billing to sixty. Detroit clung to team hatting in-jrs wflli an average of Leading baiters who have jiarlicipat dc in more Ihaii lialf o[ their club's 4 4 4 4 REFUSED TO EXEMPT PETE HERMAN 31. Louis, Mo., Kept. rllalrlcl exciapllon board haa re- lused exemption lo Peter Gull- ota, -known Jn the sporting worlfl n3 I'cto Herman, claim- ant to Iho world's bantam- 4' weight champlonnhlp. Hlg 'par- cnls luul appealed from llic lo-1 cal board on the ground that 4 their pon wag Ihelr solo sup- port Ihcy were and Infirm. The tllalrlcl boar-l.hcM (hat Oullotri had Aufltrfent fumla lo care for Ills SPORT NOTES. Cobb, .liS( Riiiler, SI. Louis ...............35: Speaker, Cleveland .35' Kclsth, Chicago............... .31! Lewis, Harris. Cleveland CUapruan, Cleveland .30 Philadclpbia............3'J Vcach. Delroit nice. ..............30 Mtlnnis, Philadelphia ..........W Loading pitclicrs i: lirejily-nme or more games, rated ac c'ording lo earned runs per G. W. L. Ell Cirolle, Chicago 23 11 L5 Fabcr, Chicago it 13 U l.S Leonard, lloston....... 32 15 M l.S Ruth, 35 21 10 Covclp-skic. Clcvctaml 3d 15 H Mays, HoMon...........20 IS 7 l.n Hjiffby. Cleveland 42 in 12 2.0 niissell. niiirago Zl 15 4 2.1 Ayrcp, "Wasbinglon 33 1 S 2.1 Uiimonl, Wasbingtan ..31 4 II 2.2 Hcinio Groh, thn ClnclnnaU thir basoman, went into tliird Xniioim1. hitlers villi tin arc _eo oi .314, acrordhig la games inelu Wednesday. He. deposed Cruise 3f Si, Louis, who [Gil tin alxth place. Jenny KaufT of Now York Is fourth vllh an'average of .310. lions eh of Inclnnall, continues "lo lop the list lih .316. Cravfllh, of Phlladcpllila, booslcrt hfs'homo run Mlling to eleven, of New Yorkj llio leading hla lolul lo cighly-elgnt. o[ pjllsburg, continues lo show Iho way to Iho bare- slealcrs with tor- iy. Dcnl of Chicago, took (no Ica.l tn sacrlflcc hilling wilh AT (Special to the Herald) Fernlo, Sept. meeting called r last night in the council chamber of llic city hall hero, for the purpose j( discussing ways and means of Parting a Young Men's Christian As- .ociation, brougbt out a large attend- ance and Tielil secretary Ballantyne went inlo Ibe details qt Ihe work and explained Iho various plans upon which an association could be cslab- f she it. After niucli diECUssfon had been indulged In, a committee ot six was appointed la1 ranyoss Ihe town in the interest ot project. Mayor Uphill headed the committee ,and Messrs.. Kaslner, A. II. Wilson and Jilr. Urindfcy aro on I his cainmlUco'ancI a sub committee or the same was ap- pointed lo look after tlic securing o[ tnblo rooms for tbe use, -tcuii arily, ol Ihc proposed aEsaclatiou. Clflylon Bois. son of Frenk Du Hiitfi, I ho well knoivn lumberman ot Hosmcr, died yestciday cvcninfi in Ihc general hospital hero, after a protracted Illness, from typhoid rev-, er. Clayton Du Uols had a. -wide cir- cle of friends here Ills parents liavo Ihe sympathy of Ihe whole com- nonity1 In their bereavement. if. DOESN'T CARE FOR JESS San Francisco, Sept. S. "Winar joke; lie cDiilcljiVllgliL for m do wauled said "former Promoter James CofTroiu, commentlug on a report that, lip was trying to match Champion VI other heavyweight. DAKOTA HUNTERS TO 'I FIGHT FOR DUCK PASS Man dan, N.D., Sept, weal-1 thy liuiilers have no right to "hoK- all Hie heat duck passes of tho stato" buying up UIG land, Is tho claim of Slope wlio threatou (o test out the constitutionality of. per- sons pro tin C" hunting- on certain tracts by buying tho land. St. Paul men have purchased Iho famous TTag- gnrt lake and.Woodhouse lake, passes in Ihe of. Klddcr county j wltlcli arc accounted tlio lieat hunting gcounds'in tha state. I DEALERS k your cigars ID bigger qunn- titiea. fiet vour order in now, for "PfcnitellA" cigars. Ajirc- nuum worth Given A way I Absolutely frw. A gcnuiao offer mode by fl Em- Oellufi parlicuJaisby wriling (o INTERNATIONAL CIGAR CO.' --------ZH McTntyra WINNIPEG Min. THIS HOT .Jimmy Walsb Is covering centreflcltl finely and balling heavily for the Hod So.i. When Ihc Yankees had him several years ago he couldn't hit a lick. IVCM and Scliulle, In Philadelphia foima, remind the tans of onco famous Ctib machine. Lurferoiis also was a'Cub under Krank Chance for n abort lime. -Sccontl-bftscman Greyer of Ihe Alh lotlca, la Improtlng In bal- ling and Connlo Mack hia moved I un next lo the lop. flay KealltiB, who formerly pitched for (ho Yankees and now la wilh To- ledo, shut out the last week, allowing tlirco hits fanning I en men. -Major league maHftiera nave no Idea how many ot their players ivlll be, cnllcd lo Iho colors on the first ol Jingo Bczdck, Iho mana Blij-e Ilial released Jde WUholL t( Iho '.tlAnla beceuse ho rild nul "flhuw lie proper spirit." Is new ulltil Cincinnati regal nerl first placo In I cam balling with batters who havn p in more than half of Ihcfr club's games: Tlousch, Cincinnati......... Homsby. SI. l-ouls.......... Groh, Clnclnunll................314 Kaiiff, Now York...............310 AVSieal, Brooklyn........... Orutso, St. Cnrcy, I'lllsliUrB TVIllloll, New York Bum', New York Flscliur. 300 300 SOO .2iD Jn twcnty-clsht or more names, ralcrt ac- cording to wirncd runs per Bfime: a F.n. Anderson, N'ew York 2D S 1.77 Alexander, Philadelphia. 37 M -2 S3 nrooklyn 20 S 8 1.S3 Schujlp, New -York l.'errfll, Yiirk New York Vaiishn, '.Chicago Schneider, Chlflunall fivflB. SO 17 20 12 T-20E 28 17 >3 2.1 3.1 }J 12 33 1C 10 31 9 I 2.33 THE KIN0 YOU WANT In our extensive stock you will find the, brand you came for WHETHER IT IS LUBR10MV ING OIL OR GREASE, TIRES, TOOLS OR ANY OTHER AUTOMOfllLE ACCEiSORV. STANDARD, .TRADE-MARKED .GOODS WHICH USAGE HAS PROVED THE BEST IN THEIR LINE ARE ALL ON OUR KEEP U3 IN MIND. BAALIM iMOTQR HOME OF THE CHEVROLET S DAOK OF UNION BANK HABRY HOLMAN, Mirquard, Drooklyn ...301-7 0 ;