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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LKI'HHllllXiE KURALU WEDNESDAY..SKPTKMBKIl 17, ]9lfl 1'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus LIVERY We Meet All Trjlnl. Hojpltil Calli. Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special Kates on Couiitry Trips SPENCEBROS LethbfTdjt, Alia. Bculton'i Anto Livery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Olflct Phone 1J03 Night Phonet and 1033 The Sport Page CICOTTE IS PITCHING "ACE" OF SOX STAFF tf POST-SEASON SERIES COAST VS. A. A, LEAGUE Riber. Korr, L James and Mayer represent ihe hearics howitzers ibal win be put 1 inio action against Ibe oflensise red- hosed henchruta of Pat Moran in the iilular oinih in October. WMIe neither ihc pale-hosed gentry of Coraiskey nor Hermann's favorites have cinched the pennant ir> their respective leagues as yet, virlually the pennants have been won. as eaci ieam leads with a comfortable mar- gin wiih Ihe end nearly in signi. Eddie Cieotte, Claude Dich Kerr. Urban, Faber, Erskioe Mayer and Bill James form ihe telle with Cirolte standing out as the star. The veteran pitcher on his performance is the foremost hurler hi Ihe business today. Cicotte .is 35; years ol5, but he i? going better thlii season'thai at any other Lime in his checkered career. j Depend on Cicolte Eorte is a knuckle baffles the hickory scieti- j' tl'sls and a in a" ball tbal he has mastered to in- strumental in Ihe Sax poking Ibeir nose iu front and remaining there the Creator part of the season. That he will be asked to shoulder the heaviest part ol the burden.'in the .fall classic .Is -an. assured fact., 'Cliudc .Williams', erratic poiLslder of. deceptive form, is Glejson's second' hurling 'acfe.- Wil- liariis is like a liltle girl. When he is good he is very, very good and sic. If.ne eeli off right- the; Reds Trill find him a difficult problem to so "-Urban Faber, the sorrel topped starboard fliuger, who helped lo check the Giants In the 1917 drive. not-done as well this year as was expected of him. but he Is a danger- ous fliuger and _prpTe a shirnbliQg block, Kerr Going Well is a who has .fondled ty Glea ruat.il he has developed into a win- ning idlcncr with a' varied assort- '.inecL Ersfciae MKJ-ST, once'with the Phil' lies, Is a fair to middling hurler who .will be used for. emergency purposes, --''iMg- Bill James, bounced and tossed on Ibe winds ot fate .nntlKhc. landed 'r.TVilh Ihe A. leaders, has upset aT "the dope by pitching winning hall two limes out he has twiriec shulonl bait and on bis present form he will In all probability be asked to of Ihe games. Is. an. allilutHnous- flingcr It's The Same Old Story It's a great game from llic outside. L'algary is Into It again up to Iho neck. After the lacrosse fiasco IT listens good to hear of a Calgary ball team walking off the field ai lit- mor.ton, forfeiting a game because H protested, a decision at ihird base. The EJJiHonton fans haven't much ANGELES. Calif-. Sept. for the Calgary an- of '.he American ltarerii. The Eumomon Bulletin Dasebull Association hav..' 0( ihe mix-up in the Rfl agreed to a proposition of ihu vj-uorc Saturday In the semi-finals for i the provincial championship says: II is seldom lhat a baseball writer io record such unfortunate events in the -sprftml game Brooklyn.... Coast League 10 match Hit winner of Lhe Association, pen- nant with the team winniug ttie Pacific Coast League pennum for a minor league champion- ship series, according to an an- nouncement here today. The winner in the American Associ- ation will meet ihe Coast pen j Edmonton and the Calgary nant winners at Washington jjarfe here for a seven game series, starling, according to v j bel in the pitching department in the plans, about Oct. 10, In The Major Leagues NATIONAL AMERICAN EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF CHARGED AND REPAIRED All'Work Cuarahtetd A Vrflttcn Guarantee (or i Tear ind a Hall .irlib Xew Bit- Icrles. J. D. THOMPSON Phone IMS 718 trd Ave. a. Lost. P-C. Cincinnati -M J Cleveland Nevr York Chicago SCT CS GS 19 .SSI I .MI SI Lost. P.C. I 51 Detroit' Xew York .570 .356 the afternoon. Briefly ihc I refused to continue tbe girne. Um- Garrison al the expiration ot thn --'itime allowance forfeited the game to Tlie Hustlers had used Jheir bcsl el in the pitching department in Ihe first ennie and for the second started Hartley, who pitched fourteen innings against the Vets in Calgary. ]ln ihe tirst ulace Hanler hail nothing but his Elove. He vas wild. He had no apeeil and no curves or breaks. Kelso was working like a hi_c leaguer and was started In the second game. It looked as though the Hustlers did nul have Ibe slightest cbance of win- Following is the-result of strokeIning. competition plnyeS 'br the Tabcrj In tbe first fiamc (he Hustler; Goll Club. September 3rd and SPJV. were retired one. two. three.- Ednion- lember 10th. eighteen Holes: securer! two safe, hits and had Iwo men on bases when the side was GOLF i.ouis I'hiladelphiii j Boston Si. Louis Washington H Philadelphia Reds Cinch the Flag CINCINNATI. Sept. By defeat- ing New York today before :i crowd of 15.000 persons, the Cinclnnutl club clinched the pennant in tbu National Irfague. the first which il bns ever won in thcil league. The Rcis have- seven more games tu play and even U they sboulil iose all of them, while. the Ginnts won all of the'.r 11 games emainlng on Ibe schedule, the local lub would finish one game ahead! Tlie score, today was .tsjgotfe I. Fenton B. U Cooks J. Youcg Y.'. MtMahon R. Todd Dr.1 H. W. Laird K. lloughton J. H. Prowse C. C. Mahon E. Huntrods J. B. Lyons V J. JIayninl E. T. Ladies' Mrs. Field Mrs. Mil-Hard Mrs. Cooke Ha un- cross cap 117 40 ?5 IS 112 120 tired. It vas eriJcnl IDal the Vets Tijhart [our.d; Hartley. i Slf SI The Decision In the second frame Shienian drew 137 -IS O.f Scratch SI a .-A-alS. K. Adams 'efounded to Hart- SOJey and after taking- Wcond Sbieman ill; started for thlrtl dw.lslon nl Uvhlc'h (ha HiuLltrs disputed was fetl sli, a orerband tlflivery. He has terrlffc speed nud on a'tiard day is hard Lo hit. IV'bite Sor fans are plnntlig Inplr faith on thls'aeileUe to fly tbe chani- emblem over Comiskey's parli. GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING TW Afc. Co., Lli >M Am, 131 ns 12S 152 us 126 165 Nine Holec 64 3D 90 there. Unips. Garrison 'called ARRANGING WORLD'S SERIES CHICAGO, Sept. B. John- t of the 'American league. ing of the majority niembers of the eague board of directors here today. The meeting was called bj Col. Jacob New York club, Cbaa. A. Cnmiskey. of Chicago, and Harry Krazee, ot Boston, con.itilulIng a majority of tbe hoard of directurd, and it was expected the chief business of the session would be H discussion ot the case of Carl Mays. Nev.- York pitcher, acquired by Ibal club from Hoiton. Ifiras said ai Mr. -lonn- eon'a office lhat he probably will be In Cincinnati today lo discuss world's icrics affairs wllli August Hc-nnnnn, president of Die Nnlional league. ?afe. Gibson, Ibe Hustlers' IS 100' third baseman, ran towards Garrisou 24 and Ihe whole learn 4S 101.gathered around. Tbe Hustlers 're- S 10r fusdd to continue with Garrison- of- 14 'lOairiciating and after a shon time the 20 lOfi i tamo was forfeited. 5S 1071 As lo tbe decision there is little 1 to-be .said. Calgary players and fans 21 :i5- sill declared that lie was OiiL A major 52 2t [iy of Edmonton fans Ihink be ras 52 351 safe and all the Edmonton players arn positive.he was the scor- ing he looked'safe. H was one of .tr.nse decisions that always MONTREAL, Sept. iabul Domoiichel. ol Lbe National -acrosae Vnlon, n'ill not a dct-i- ion in the case of the Interrupted VaLIonal-Comwall game, buL if he docs, will Insist Lhat It he played al over again, on neutral grounds, ant only 5iich men as played, in'Ihtf original game sliall be Al the meeting of Ihc L. I', licild on ttc National grounds on Saturday afternoon. It decided thai the presidents of Cornwall and arrange tbo matter of the play-olf be' twccn them. Since then Dsmouchel received a tclcgrani Irom Cornwall saying that they want to play only the remaining 40 minutes uf the game Jn question, want to play 11 out on their own grounds nnd receive credit for the two goalsi they scorEd before Hie inalcli was-stopped, The president ot the out of town and Mr. delay.action until he hears from the latter. FACTS ABOUT S. D, HERP.ON Amateur Golf Champion Has Bee Playing Since 1903 Since comparatively nlllc is known about H. Davidson Ilcrron, llic: re- cently crowned amateur golf chain- the following facts the standa and him arc Interesting- lie vlll be 22 a tew rnDtnenta years of age In October.. Me has recn ptayinc Rolf afnco or since ic was eight years old, wlicn he Ivcd Jiisl across Iho from the Onkmount Country club, Pillgburp, here he >'.von ttic championship. He 205 pounds, lie wag gradu I-eivis abrolulcly re- So Manage. led from Princeton lasl year, where: frised to go nn with Oarrlgon as ic played football in his freshman i plrc, an umpire accepted by'the Am- ycar. and played on the university ,meur Union which is controlling thn Learn [or four.ycars. In tho scries, ami a man whom that national amateur nolf chatfiplunship j body only has llic power to change. Detroit, Hcrron lied with Xed Written large in thn rules for Ihc Sawyer In the preliminary OUTFIELDER DUNCAN IS FIND The Reds appear Iu have a (Ind Outfielder Pal Puritan, who wa.s bought from Birmingham (or Ha b a fine fielder nml hlu an if he aomctbing' at llic plate. BATEH MALT- TIRE9 TIRE SERVICE COMPANY UCOKD AVENUE HALL call .oul.a difference, of opinion. the thousand people who hsd paid lo c-cc luo panics, oul of half ihc progrnin Tc sny the least, it was r-ol gooi sport lo break up a game decision. The Kdmonton Journal U a liltlo r.irongcr in Us language." Il Is'a far cry.back'lo bu may -'remcmbEr an -ilitr team .lhat quil ito' yellow I'ORS when defeat was "nn mincnt and refused the Ks IcJmos for the chamnion ?hip of Llic Canada league History repeated Itself'al Dlamoni park nn SaiurSfly afternoon, when before one of the mo9lrreprcacnlollv rrowds ever witnessed a base hall In the province, the 111] hurSl at some fancied gricv ar.cc, turned fail :nu1 fled from diamond, bcoding not. Ihc gentle i that were thoni [rom hers, They had oro losi Lo 'the by I lo 3, ami began to realize that -winning chamrilori- S'ew York hicinnati....... Toney, N'ehl .and her and Rariden. BroXe Even ST. LOUIS. Sepl. tn ;i. I S 0 Gonzales; Ren base illing featiired today's doublcheatlcr leLwcen. Boston and St. Ixjuis wblch he clubs ilivided. Boston won he first. S to and the locals, took he second., S lo First game: Boston St. Ixiuls Parker. Another for Walter i WASHINGTON', Seiit. Johnson kept St. Louis' hits scattered today i and Wnshlnglon won, 5 lo :t. St. Louis 5 5 Johnson Wasbinglou Lelfteld and Miller; Gharrity. i 1 Indians Take a Pair PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 1G. Cleve- land won both games, of a double- header willi PLilndelphia today. S to '1. and 12 to S. First game: Cleveland S 12 1 Philadelphia 3 !l 1 L'ovcleskie uml O'Neill: .Johnson, Hasty and. Perkins. Styles. Second Cleveland 12 15 I Philadelphia S 14 _. .2 Meyers. Uble and Thomas; Nayloi1, Ilobcrls and Perkfns. (No others played.) RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Neil Retried Doni By Ul. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We arc spccinlisls ID Vulcin- Izlng Ltlkkriire Wtrls 71! Third Avcni'e PHONE 1M4 acoba and demons. Second, game: Eosion 2 1 0 L Louis 5 ,'S ..0 Scoll anrt O'Neill; SheMcll Plratts in 11th PITTSHUIIO, Sept. defeated Brooklyn here lodiiy, 4 to 3. ii 11 i PACIFIC COAST Oakland T Vernon Fninctsoo. (Vugeles BrooVlyn Pillsburg Pfeffcr and Ulackwcll. 3 D Wlieal; .Miller 1 and Three Straight for Cubs CHICAGO. Sept'. made it Uiree straight from I'lilladclphln to- day by winning. 7 to 2. Philadelphia Chicago........ Ames and Clart; J 10 0 7 12 0 Alexander and CREDIT FOR BUCK WEAVER In giving credit lo Ihr, Chicago American players lor pnlliiiK Ihcir tcaro in front Buck Weaver shouldn't Portland-Seattle, postponed; Uofts travelling. PREACHER ASKS -FANS TO PBAY FOR THE REDS Former Ball Playtr Praya for "De ceplive Curves'' and Timely Mils." The Ktf. Frederick X. llcMlllau, Walnut Hills Preshyfcr Ian church, asked all loyal tans ycS' lerday Iu loin him In prayer a pennant (or (lie Reds. HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED EleCore Ihe Rush, bj ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 41B Fifth St S. Character what we build into every lire that we or repair. Class' and fjurabllily-arc or our en- 'jdca'vor.. The matter ol vnlde- giVlng 3s our" cliief concern. Wo appreciate a man as mitch ua ivc do Ills business. Our shop is OPP. ELLISON MILLS To lhat cml he hae wrllten a prayer in whlrrriVo LorO is-naked tn grant control and ricccpllrc curves I (o the pitchers, frequent nnd Lhnely hits to the batters, blessings to PnL Moraii. mnnagcr, 'iinfl good health' and safely from accident to all the be ovcrloukcd Ihlrd or short sylvanian has Wljciher the I'CLIII- playcd a ts-ondcrful and Is hilling harder than at any Ilmo in his lite. players." Mr. McMillan was third liascraan on the University of Woostcr Icanl in 135i, i.v.'i slV.I occasionally prac- tices with the Hcds. ____ no child's play. th' ?amc3 cannot ho played on'y one's liomo grounds. Jlfi Is the- Ihlrd PIMsbiirg J provincial nirg j "I'rolr.sts ir Lo win Lho-amtleur iltle, (h? nn will nnl olhcr3 being IV, C, 1-V.vr-os lr, also land aa In Oarry'.s if Oakmounl, and Ebon M. of Allegheny. tho pudgmenl of! nf ihousanrls of mn IE MEMBERS OF BAYRONTOCREW HAVANA. Sept. nl Ihc crew of llic Rrillah siflamer from Oalvcslnn for Mar- seilles, who had Ijccn plrknl up at aoa from a lifeboat, iverc Tandcrt here lorfay. Thirty olhtr.' ol (he trcw arc missing. HATTERS TRIM LOCAL GOLFER9 RC golfera ,wenl to .Medicine Hat for the week- end. They came home with Ih6 short end of the be- ing beaten 8 gamef to L fon Igmcnt and that LhC'decision nl hircl wan Fate, it was uji to Ihc vis- itors to accept ihr. same, and proceed.' IV may have been, anil was close, b'ji1 (he umpire callcrl It. as he flaw It, and It waa n very wfak CUCUFC a comlnK ss jl did In iho sec- ond inning, when neither team had :corcJ a run. And the Calgary AUjcrlan saya the ollowing has hecn lodged by the lluatlerg: "Ori behalf of ihr Calgary.HuBllcn. f bc-g (o prolcpl bolli games played in Saturday, and request that'an Inventigallon conduct ol both games, on the Inefficiency ol Umpire Garrison, not cap nhlo of making fijr decisions- and on the sUtua of Iho players on the rvOmuiKo'n team, not In the malter of amateurism, but fn (he matter of fiC. Ing cllglfilt lo play In i, h f, t, t, c, f. t. e, fe b f, A deadly of 270 lons'duRsrf Tlnr smtlUT n( Onyx hns Information ior Auto Travellers Some Places lo Slay and lo Gel Supplies (or Your Aulo The Hotel Fernie Wynll, Manager Tlie Commercial Man'3 Horns nalcs JS.CO" and Up pur Day- Kcrnlc, Drlllsb Columbia nooina With-Hall: in Connexion. Seven HraC-ClaSB Sample [looini. Hoi Cold Walcr and Toloplioiio 111 Kvcry Hoorn. King Edward Hotel I'lnchor Creek, Aita. Moclsi All Trnlns. Stcain Healed Throughonl. Special Allcntlon tllvcn lo Com- mercial nun Transient Trade. O. B. Prop. King Edward Hotel AuEo Bus ancf Line Aulo Livery In Connection. Knrally Cars lo lakes Chls, M. Colfins, Pr6p. PINCHER CREEK Fiflin? Station Serrke in Free Air and U'aler. ncsl Mnos of Tires, Oils mid Accessories. Expept Tire Service HANSCN'S AUTO FILLING STATION, BARONS Phont 47 I'On (he Corntr" MEDICINE HAT (ho Uoil Trail frora UIuc Trail from CaV sary, Iho Utack Trail from Mon- all lead Iu Ihc only olflcia] hold In Ihe HOTEL CECIL Retlaw Motor Company Service elation lor Dodje, Over- land Can, ind Acccasorlss, Oas, Oils nnd Orrasc.i. naileries Ilciislrcrt >cd llochoi-Btd. I'rompl Service, Day, Nlgbl anJ 1 Sundays. OIL AND ACCESSORIES Slohilo Oila.-PolarJnc, Oaaollnc. Dominion anil'-Other CJooil Tires. Prompt Satlsfaclory Strvluo al All Times. MILK RIVER HARDWARE CO. F. J. Mllk'fllver, AIU, ALTAHCNT GARAGE Ballery Sernco, -Vulcar.lzlns, Is nlllon and General nopnlrs, Service lo Tonrhls at Ihe Hond of Monlann. General Information. Customs door. Slot In nnri BCO us. del onotinh Alberla air lo speed rou on your war. Hebertt