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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER THK LKTilHHHXiE OAILT IIEHALU PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" 1 KNOW IT -1 JUST TO FIVE ON THE MATTEJ? Big League Baseball New York NATIONAL Won. Last. 57 75 4S .045 AMERICAN Won! Lost Chicago Bt. Louis 72 Cincinnati 70 Chicago 70 Brooklyn 62 Boston 55 Pillsbmi 43 S3 .SCO I noston 82 52 .520 t Cleveland 76 07 71 SO S3 .523 .421' Detroit........ C9 Now York...... 65 G2 St. Louis....... 15 Philadelphia..... 41 P.O. .GGO .612 .551 .500 .415 .477 .372 .5 .355 data Home Season New York, Scjit. 12. York closed its National league homo season here loilay wllli two .victories, over Brooklyn 6 to 0 and 2 to 1. Tile sec- and same went eleven Innings. Brooklyn......000 000 2 3 Now 11 1 Smith anil SI.' Wheat; Schupp and McCarty. X Second Brooklyn .010 S 1 KcwYork.. 2 3 0 Cheney ant'Miller; Tesreau and CInci's Won Chicago, Sepl. hit Douglas opportunely today, nnt] won Ihe linnl same ot Hie. series from CM- _ :ago, eix lo tour. Tho features of (lie; jainc.w'erc the liome runs by Schnol-. Jer nml Williams, the lalter drivlns in l run ahead ol him. Cincinnati......100 111 500- C 13 3 Chicago.......020 000 3 Schneider and Wlngo; Douglas, lien- Irir and Wilson. Won Play-Off Boston, Jlhsa., Sept. winning ilx' lo three the play-off loday ot (bo >rdtcslci] gome of April 17, Philadel- phia broke even with tlie Iloslon team in (Ills season's games, tflcli team win- ilng 11. The game of April 17 was von by Boston In 11 Innings, sis to ivc. Mornn's protest on a decision by Umpire' Byron' sustained by Prc- Jdent Tcucr, Philadelphia S 1 3o5ton......... 001 030 8 1 Mayer and Hughes and_ Cragossor. PilUburg Won SI. T.ouls Sept. outpllch- M Wat-son loilay and J'lllsburg beat 31. two to one. Plllsljurg T 0 II. 0 1 Miller anil Sclimldt; Ilorst- Still In Rice Washington, Sent. re; malned a. noEslble American league pennant conlcndcr loday as Ihe rcsull of i great. 1C lonlog one-UKme Us bat Chicago Practically Has Pen- nant Wm Decide on 20lh Three Years One of the Best in the Game Triree years, ago. when lolling rather Chicago, Details Tor ilic world's series ar.e to Le worked out at a special meeting of the National com- mission lo Le held In Cincinnati, Sept. tember 20, President Johnson, of the American league, said today. The spirited race between Chicago and Uoslon for thp.American league pen- nanl will baTe been definitely enough sealed by that'time. President John son said, lo'assure.going ahead with the 1 Although Charles. A. Comlskey, president of club, declines ariy" statement claiming the American league championship, orders for world's scries seats .are beginning Mediocre' to pour in [rom''mlrtrllc west cities i One Chicago eiUhuslasL placed an or- der reserving thlrly-lwo bor seals to flay. These orders'are being held up liovvever, until Chicago fs eerlalu of beating Boston. aimlessly for Charley'-Herzgg, out in Hjc sc: There Is a 3.OOO.OOO Davis Cigars are made each month WHY? Because we have nude good cigirs for over jnn, and thomtods of smokers will smoke no other. So sure are we of the quality of DAVIS' Cigars that we guarantee our merchandise to' the dealers, on the money-back pnodpte. The word "DAVIS" on a band 01 box of cigars a 1 guarantee of tbe finest quality at the price paid. When you want a DAVIS clear, see that you get one! S. 'DAVIS'A SONS LIMITED. re Is a slrone possibility tbat irles, -if Chicdtli the'American Lund Posts Money for Race j] Now up to Bob Hearn tad Leavitt Sept. 20 is Suggested Date tle wllh the le_adlni I Cincinnati, Rube never.tliougnt icagrm contender, will'start i Chicago. Whtlri Soi were. idle. Tho (hat some day he-woiiM bo the star; on October C, President game-ivas, a pitching duel between pitcher of a team destined lo wirrlhe i Johnson jBtii Although the nlaco tor Shore and Ayres, who went, the full Kallonal league pennant, and possibly Ij playing (he flrsl gime is decided route, the former allowing only sis a world's series. Neither dirt he: the toss of a coin President Johnson hits. dream that within, three years lie said IBB National leapie might waive Doston .000 001 000 COD000 13 1 would be making a bin. for leadership (his formality and agree lo slart the Wash'ton V6 2 j among the pitchers of Ills league. Yet games in tie wist, BO i Sunday game Shore and EClllll. Defeated Yanks and ASSOCIATION 6; Indianapolis 1. St. Paul 6; Loulivlllc 6. Kansas Clly 3; Toledo 10. Ullw.iuken Columbus 12. 0; Colnmbna 6. WashlnctoTi la tho only major lea !llib vhlch has two brothers playing lido by aide hi tho onlncld. Clyde ind Horace Milan arc brothers. The Brooklyn club also has two bro- thers on 110 rosier.' 7ach and M PiijlurWphla, Sept. hit Caldwcll's delivery hard loday and easily defeated New. York seven to V York ..'.ilOO 000 9 3 Philadelphia, ..400 100 10 0 Cnldwcll and Nunamakcr; Johnson and Meyers., Divide Them Detroit, ,Mich, Sepl. and Detroit divided -1- double-header here today, the visitors winning Iho first eamo eight to two, and taking tbe second, four to three In 11 Innings. Cobb was np nine times In Iho two ganies without making a hit. 10 0 Detroit........OM 000 9 3 llagby and O'Neill; Dauss and Blan- National league to tlntc. lie has sup- planted Ferdinand Sluiibleftcjd- Schunp as the star of (Ho Giant hurling corps. Just recently Hubs shut out Mtlty's Cincinnati tleds. He allowed tho hard- hitting Cincinnati club lust four hits, Iwo of hla pitch- Ing rival, Pele Schneider. v "Old Man" al Iwtnty-Scven The rtcrts never Ijad a chance with Bcnton. He had his fast ball work- ng the corner and his curve drop- ping nround flic bailers' knees. And to issue an nnuoun when the Ilnbe has stuff the boys I the club': might as well leavo Ihc'tr bats on the Second Cleveland Detroit Klcpfer, Morion and O'Neill; Jamcs- and Spencer, Stanage. INTERNATIONAL Toronto Kalllmoro Providence >'ewark Hocliostcr Buffalo' v Montreal Won SS SC S4 15 71 63 66 62 Cl 60 52 IS 83 S3 DO Pel. .501 .585 .583 ,647 .477 .-132 .3SC .367 Montreal 7; Toronto 3. 7; MoTilreal, S. Richmond 4; Balllmpre 6. Baltimore C. BnfTaIo.2; Rochester 3. Rochester 2. Providence 9; Newark 6. Prorldlns the Leafs win the Interna- tional Itigno Ihe Indlnn- apolls club.takes the American As soclatlon pennant, there may be B aerici.of games bclweeil the teitns Here's Another [Perfectly Goodj Little Chevrolet Touring Gar WAITING FOR SOMUKODV TO DRIVE ITHOMK. AND IT WON'T HAVE TO WAIT LON6, EITHER, IT SUCH A OOOD LI1TLE CAR. OF COURSE, IT IS A BARGAIN, ALL OUR SECOND HAND CARS ARE. Motor Parlors THE HOUiC OF.SERVfCE FIFTH STBEIT ALTA." gs have come to pass for Aln-j tucse Uubc. Bcnlon is the Icaillng pitcher of the could be No New York Reservation! Xew York, Sept. for tho world's series baseball'Barnes this year will not bo reserved by mail, but every ticket possible will be placed on public sale at Iho grounds, the New York National league club announced. Numerous letters asking for reserva- tions have been received by the club, Jt was staled. "Absolutely no reservations will be made and nolhfng will ba done in re- gard to tbe world series until-tbe time lias arrived when It will bs possible lo ISSUE an aniyjuncemenLVoverlns all Dlaleraent said. bench. Out in Cincinnati, wlicro ncntqn lab- ored carelessly and erratically inform- days, thoy like lo can. him "Old Man" Uenlon. Aa a matter of fact, 4 not nulle 27. course, a man might be old at Ctp_- clunatt. Bcnlon has one characteristic .of the TClcrnn pJtcher, honrcvor. -.-It takes him nuite a vhllc-to gel Inlo sliapft in (he spring. works best In (fie oxlromely hot weather. Down in Marlln, .Texas'. F! en ton (rained perhaps a bit harrier than any other Giant pitcher.; .Yot when the season opened he waa hot'In nearly as good form as several other men who had not done the work that he had. i llube did nol really get until tho end of June. Slnco' (hen he has been unbeatable. Ho seems to he Ret- ting bettor and to hive more OB' the ball .wflh every slart. The Good Fortune It his been the Giants' good' lor- luno lo have at least two at (he (op of (heir form at ererj- sltge ol the pcrmanL race. That Is why the club U 6ut where It Is. In Iho early spring the burden of fight fell on the shoulders of An- rtersnn. When Anderson began lo fall away Slim Sallee slcpptJ into the breach. Then when Scnupp faltered ft bit RlonK came Bunion to atanrt the opposition on Us now nil Ihrec southpaws are pltchlnff great ball. Bailee was beaten tlic oilier hut that'does not mat- ter. He had won ten straight bofore he fell. Take Scrloirife' Both Hcnlon nnd Sallee, bj the way, were probr.h.'y'jml good pitchers bcforoMhey camo lo New York as (hey lire now. The difference fa their effectiveness Is partly attributable lo the otreng'.h of Ihe club behind them, but to ihcfr own attitude to- ward Ihclr work.. Both pitchers are taking Iho game seriously All (he (fme, now, which li something they only1 did occasionally lolling elsewhere. ATLANTIC RATES RAISED. Vancouver, Sepl. tic trclglit rates on salmon has rlsenj It is safd, here from before (he, war figure of approximately J3.GO a ton to a (on with prospects of a fur- ther increase. Despite this fact, nr- rangementa have in progrcsa (or (he last month for the stiipntcnf tlurliiR the ivinler of a large consign- ment or salnisn from Canada and the United Stales to Great Britain and France, many or Ihe contracts have been signed up In Vancouver The arrangements made, said, con- cern no less than cases of sal- mon. Lesa than two per cenl. or Xciv York's conscripts have attempted lo dodge service. Money talks! At'least DC LOBS Lund o! Raymond thinks so, for last evening he called at Tlie Herald office and deposited with (he Sporting Editor 150 round Iron men to prove that, he IB willing to go ahead with his end of the matched race about which- there has been so mifcli discussion of late. Mr. Lund deposited ?10Q as Hie aide bet for the quarter mlla matched rape between his own HeariTs "Baldy" "Grey at the weight of 110 pounds. He also deposited as forfeit lor a 350 lo side bet on ''Cradle Dow" against "Grey Dlcfc" lor a race of 31Slhs ot a mile, horsea to carry or 110 pounds. And ?2u raore na-forfeit on a side bet in the race between his unnamed pony-and Levitt's unnamed pony J-1.2 or under. Xobody Is barred. The weight to Lo'100 pounds anrt the dlslance half a mile. It Is now up to" aud Hearn to post their money. Mr. LunJ is well satisfied wllh the suggested dale, September 20lh, on Ihe evening ol which Clonlo Tall and Jack "Kid" will meet In Lcthbrldge for the Lightweight championship ol Canada. Mr. Lund says Ihe match will bring in a large crowd from the south country and with HRTHEpfB Will Be Staged Early Next Prelims An Being Arranged some good matched races on at lite fair grounds In the afternoon a.blg- crowd may be expected. Jlr. Lund suggests .that the gale money at' the races be dlYidwl 50-50. with the Patriotic Fund, half lo go to Ihe contes- tants to cover expenses of bringing In Ihelr horses. There lias been aqnie objection on Mr. LcaviU's part lo the lo be carried by the horses, but-conslderlag Hie circumsUnccs Jt Js thought he will be a eoart sporl and waive the welpht question especially as pounds Is the weight at vhlclf the 'quarter mile race should be run, under (ho rules. In order to make the day com pie Ic arrangements are being made for "Jack" lo meet "Smokoy11 and "Sam Hank" lo meet "L-ily Ferguson." Oilier races will probably arranged, so that a real race matinee Till greet the hundreds ol fans who Till take in the event Arrangements are being' made for a. couple of public svorkoula in the Majustlc early next .ireek at which and Lcavltl'a Icionlc Tall and Jack will show.their warej lo Ihe Hue fans prior to the big championship bout a week from lonlght. Tail Is -working out Industriously every day In prep- aration for the match, while Whltey 3 being put through his paces Jn Win- nipeg by hid manager, Bearer, prior to his arrival IB Lethbridge OK 3unflay or Monday. Arrangements an befnc made !or Borne excellent preliminaries for .he match on the 20lh.. An effort In s made lo .brinff KM Miller or Calgary down for a bont irith Guy Parhs (he local mitt artist -who lemrn- ed how to handle hla dooks In Spo- kane. Parks put hli mui to the in Fcrnle Jn most jpprorttl Jaahlon, and a bout between aim Bud Cal- gary man of hla own weight wJU proTe a good card. A couple of otb'er pre- liminaries are also being arranged. Fans arc assured the best evening's sporl they have had In1 many moons." AND HE DID "U'on'l you give mo klsa lo re? member you Vou'M rO.mcmtrtr longer trio I you dW.Vl iAM the wlafc girl. FOULED HIS Quebec, Que., Sopl. the fight apparently well In hand.Vlohnny Alberts, of New York, WHS dlsqualined by Referee Bclangcr, (or fouling Hed Allen, of DrooJtlyn, In tho .twelfth ronnrt of a scheduled nftccn round boot, before Ihc Irish Canadian Club here tn- SHE DIDN'T MEAN IT Tie Boy- a bad head this Tnc so sorry. I hope you'll be able to shake It off. Thanksgiving, October VIII be the dale of HID annual school sports- Physical Director George McKIIIop very husy arranging Ihc contcsla. The su or Is will be held at the fair ground! nnd Iho cordially'In- vited. Tho Jumping events will'be hold at Ihe schools on tho Monday Various eHmlnallon events will nlao preceed the apoMa ao that on the holiday only thn main contest? will he staged. Arrangements arc al- so being made l> glvo the hfghcr grndes three weeks training lor Iho Ejiorta, thus assuring close compcll- tfon and Added Interest. Tho rystom will ,bc used to classify tho contestant Ihla year for lliorrraUfme Instead of thg Rgo system. This applies only In the case of boys. "WIN" NOYES STAYB WITH THE ATHLETICS Sept. 13. "Win" Noyea, star pitcher of the local Amerl- can league dob, will play wiUi that team nntll the ot eeaaoil, ac- cording to an announcement made by ManaBer Hack. Noyes, who was Eum- Nebraska some ago for service in the national army, ar- rived here tonight and reported tbat player for Ih3 Hamilton he would not bo called to the colors team, has hcen killed In action. I until the end of the season. Why Buy Suits or Overcoats from Us? WE HAVE THE OOODi AND AT THAT ARE HAHO TO UK TO SELECT FROM, x Prices from .1120.00 up. v SATISFACTION OUAHANTKED. Scotland Woolen Mills FIFTH COALnir iLETHBRIOGE THE KIND YOU WANT In our extensive stock you will find the brand you came for WHETHER IT IS LUBRICAT- ING OIL OR GREASE, TIRES, TOOLS OR ANV OTHER AUTOMOfllLE ACCESSONV. 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