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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1917 THE LETHBR1DGB DA1L.T HERALD THWM "BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus THAT NI6HT HF( WAITER! WE DONE TOR XOO AN' 1 VOO 1 DON'T ANT 1 WANT DOLLAR FOR xoo fu- ee IN TONIGHT 1 VANt >OU TO WAIT OH Ktf RACE mm H SPORTS Big League Baseball Alex' Record Safe -r Shutout King Now York Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Loulb Chicago Jlronklyn Boston I'lUsbure -J NATIONAL Won. Ixjst. 3D [0 77 73 73 71 03 61 U CO GG GG cn 72 S2 .87 P.C. .CJ3 .552 .523 .525 .507 .107 .353 .330 AMERICAN Won. Loat Boston Cleveland Detroit Washington New York St. Louis Philadelphia 65 73 70 65 65 63 74 ID P.O. .CG2 .610 .600 .433 .455 .471 .363 .353 Giants Hold Chicago. Sept. New York kept Its placu in the Nallonal league pen- nant rape today, by shutting out. Chica- go 6 to 6 In'llio first games ot the scr- ies. A homo rim by Kaulf In the slzlh netted two runs. Now York 6 1 Chicago -.MW400000-0 62 Sclmpp ami Jlorlarily; Coughlan .Prcndc'rgast and Dilhoelcr. Alex Was i Puule Cincinnati, Sept. 17.4-Aloxaliderwas B puzzle to the Cincinnati club todaj nil Philadelphia look the game 4 to .1, the locals were tillable lo do any- 1 thine with men on lases eicept In the Rlnlli. 10 1 Cincinnati 1 S 3 Alexander and Kllllfer; Mitchell nrt WfnEO. Weakened After 14 Innings PItlshnrg, 'Sonl. Miller, after pitching good ball for fourteen Innings, weakened in the fifteenth, and Boston uefeateif I'jllsburg In the opening game o( the scries today 4 lo 1. In the Hrsl Imlf of Ihe fifteenth with two out, Kchn nnil Slnranvlllo singled, Pownll tripled end. Tyler singled, scor- Ing three runs. Boston 12 0 Plltsburg -.000 100 000 000 9 2 Hughes and EchmMt. on the Road York, Sept. played its last game on the road, defeil- InE. here.today, the score being C'lo 1. Boston......; 301" 9 2 Now York .-010 600 5.0 Leonard and C'ady; Fisher and Nn- na maker. Meyers; Miller and ASSOCIATION SI Paul Columbus 3. Ixnilsvlllo 4; Kansas City 3. MilwnuXcc 2; Indianapolis 3. Minneapolis 5; Toledo 4. W. H. Hunter, of Tpronlo.'has heen elected supreme chief ringer ot the I.O.F- The local basket hall enthusiasts got together again last night and the Hewing teams were picked: F Davis, J. OUlles, -H. Hudson, H. Lima, R. Waddlngton, R. MacBeth. O. Green, J. F. Plcketl, J. Shand, M.p Sadowakl, W. Rldpath, H. Van Haarlem. Dlinsworth M. Dnntworlb, A. R. BeMansey, V. 'Gil- lies, A, "H. E. Coagrlff, Geo. Mclvor.., McKillop H. Urown, A. Kane, B. Murphy, T. KBU- nedy, A. C. Stewart, Geo. rYoung. The lint game ol the 'season, will be played neil Monday between the Monarchi and tha Reds and Is eipect- ed lo be a. haniiJliiger- Invitations have been isuad for a dance In Ihe S. 0. B. hall after same. eecletlullcil noUbles of Hnncarr will meet to alscosi n tut ira MM Is not a Mfnd. He Met sot know It all, and not try Bis patroni believe thai he does. He nndentands moton and'tkalr manufact- ure; be taUUkent; ke Is carefil, atul wbM be ftnlaVei your car Bach to, our service. Able, oourteou me- do work for. wnlch yon pay. Bijou Motor Parlors me nisi fit THE HOUSE OF FIFTH STREET SOUTH LftTHMIDOf, ALT A, New YorV, Sept. record for shut-out games, established In 1916 by GroTer Cleveland Alexander, when he pitched 16 shut-outs for the Phillies, Is In no danger this year. The beat any major league Iwirler hag been able to acompllsh this season In the Kny-oi sliuL-outs seven fames: Four pitchers Ve lied today at'.this icarkr while two otliere hare sii run- less contests to Iheir credit. Jim Bagby and Stanley CoTelcBtie, of the Cleveland Fohlracn, and.Eddie o( Ihe White Soi, aro nipnlng neck anil neck for honors In the American league, Ol this: trio by'a woik is thb most notable, (or ho IAS scored lifo phut ouis aealpal 3os- .on and two against the lending clubs. In the National league, Alexander leads In ahuL-ouls, with Fred tToney, ol the Reds, and Wilbur Cooper, of Pltlaburg, c.ose behind him. The Philip star has'thrice shut-pat the Cuba, holds two ahut-outs OTer the CardLualB and one each over'BropJilyn (ind Cincinnati. v Siill Jockey Over Weights But Fans May Re Sure bf Some Fast Going H looks as It the much-talked ot three-cornered race between the three famous quarter ml I ere, Ilud, and Grey Dick was due to suspend busi- ness In Lethbrldge on Thursday after- noon after all. Just irhen the Tans were afraid the Cardslon hoVsc wasn't going lo pat In an appearance; Bob Hearn last "night got a telephone call from Cardston to say that Grey Dick would bu loaded Thursday morning and would be shipped to.Letbbrldgc. HeVlll arrive this evening, and with! hlni Jerry Leivrtl or C. B. Cheeseman. who will for the best there Is In weights. f Norman Bredin, who is riding for Lund, declares that he is no mope of a professional rider than is Charlie Leavilt, whoiTrill ride Grey Dick. Learitt. 1ms ridden all over the south and la. a cracking good -jockey.. He lips tlie beam'''at 85 pounds, wheroas J3rc11n Is 108. All Lund is aekinp for is even weights, and no doubt this can be arranged when the parlies get togelher.' 'As for Bob Hearn, he is satisfied that Baldy will give any of them s canter for their currency over the quarter mil a route. There -will be plenty of other races on Thursday afternoon. The unknown ponies will clash orer the .half mile distance, anil Smokey and Jack are matched for a side bet ot Sam Hank aiid Lily 'Ferguson are also matched for "five-eights.: Anyone who likes to sec the ponies cmnter will gal a run Tor their money. An effort Is being -made to have J. W. McCliln, of Monarch, one of the best horsemen in Western Canada, start the rings. If he ran be secured It is absolutely assured'that all the owners will get a fair deal 'at the NOBLEME CIGARS fAose who want the best." NOW SOLD IN THREE SIZtS 2 tor 25c. DAVIS A Malnn SONS LIMITED. MONTREAL. elgan for JO Winners of Gold Medals Paris 1 863, Philadelphia f876, iUrting rosl. An srtmlsslori'tee ot filtr cenjs irlll be charged ana this will bo spill be- ween the owners and the Patriotic rund. A big Bothering ot fans Bnouli. 30 on. der.k. It will be a real race matinee.. The first event la timed for 2.30 o'clock. THE HONORABLE PING RETURNS Bodle Belong! In Select Circle Mark of Over MO. STECHER DROPS MANAGES Wrestler Will Arrange His Matches From Now On. Omaha. Xcb., Steelier, former hearywelsbt wrestling chnm- pton ol the world, has broken with his manager, Joe Hetmanek, following a misunderstanding about different things. "Krom now on I will do my own managing." declared Stecher- Relalioiis between the two men have been strained since Caddock won the title from Slecher in Omaha. Hetmn- nek's story of Slecher's refusal to con. tinu'e the match after losing a fall did not coincide with the wrestler. Ilet- njanek slatert that Slecher refused to return lu the mat, while Slecher charged that his manager forfeited the match without the champion's lino ledge or approval. -KM ErlckHn Weigh! Only Cm All golfers In Ihe city should prepare for last- big tpnr- nament of seaaojn which op- ena on Saturday next t'j.'cpntln- ue until October 1st. nan- dlcipplng conmfttee now 4 hny setting'the bandlcape.aol drawing Any'fair of 4> opponents may play as many. J rounds as they like, paying 50 cents each for InltfaHef" cards which may be turned In to the 4S hecrelftry and which will be considered In deciding the win- ners. Whitey's Manager Confident Buffalo Boy Will Make Tail Travel the Entire Distance "'KW-Whltey will BO the distance. Make no mistake about (hat. He Is belli last and tough, and he knows the garao. ,1 .repeat what 1 said hclore: TaltMs joins to.slep faster than OTeY he stepped in his lite when he tanglea with Whltey on Thursday night." That's Davt Beaver's dictum on the Thursday evening clash at tile -Mslest'C- Beaver knows a good fishier when he sea him. He managed Benny Haskell or peg all last winter when Benny was going his He Mys that Has- Veil didn't do himself Justice. In (his recent acran wllh Dlonle.Tall. "He hadn't trained (or alx months, then he got bnsy and trained overtime (or thrco-weeks. The result was -that he went into the ring stiff and sore. But Beaver declares Whltey Is a cleverer boy -than Hajkell, anil can go the distance with the bnt of them. Whttey to Work at Smoker TonloM Lust night's atonn stopped the fani from looking In at the Majestic 'whero Tail worked out In public. Tne" evening was also marred.lo some eztent by the fact that Tall'i apirrlng didn't turn up. However, Tall dll H half hour's fast shadow boilng, skipping, exercising and then look on Bob Hearn for "two ro bods, followed by. two rounds with a coming youngster, Cyclone Kennedy. Talt thews np well nnd fane who saw him are not worrying about (be champion1! end "on Thursday night. Talt I: a well bnlll boy aad clever.' He looks HKe a champion and works like one as Ihe fans decided last Bight. This evening Wuitey will be the feature "at a smoker In the Ma'ntle and there will be no troible about sonir'ns 'partners. For one, Tonne HOTS will be on deck, anxious to (I TO the crowd a chance to see Whltey open up, and he will be able to open lo his heart's content on It keeping himself At (or a Thanksgiving day match whether It ho with Billy Weeks or somtor.o better, Most of Ihe fans In liie "clly have seen Tail work ont. Tew hare TVhlley In action. Tonight will be their opportunity lo gc( ai line on the respective tpeed and build of the two bghlwelghts. v V' It Is always a distinct pleasure lo note the return home of H distinguish- ed son who, for the time .being, has :'ecn away'to distant parts. We say "return because Mr Hodle's place was In the big league. [Je wenl-vlsitlng for a year out west, hut the buster In baseball doesn't-he- ong. In Ihe minors. V.'ucn the Sii canned the redoubt- able Ping, the ratlhlrds voted him down and out. They said he had finished his-lime under the main lent. Now Ping're turns, aud returns with a tall-e'nd club, where ambition Isu'l anyltoo high. But nol even lall-emllng can curb Ping's lusty ambition to bust, the ball He comes hack among the .300 people, leading such sous of swat as Joe Jackson, Eddie Collins, Frank Baker, Stuffy Mclnhis, Duffy Lewis Hap Felsch and many others known In the archives or tlug. So Ping 13 back lo stay a spell. He has hammered his way home wllh Ihi big mace. He has shattered his wa> through with Ihe. bludgeon. He is over .300 now, and he Is going lo stay there. He belorigs- THE SMALLEST JOCKEY FOUND The smallest lorter hmi been discovered. This may' a rather broad statement, aa It )e almost an Impossible Uak to make a canvass of all the jockey! In. the world in quest of Ihe smallest one, but If a minute search of the universe of equestrianism reveals a smaller ebap riding the ponies than ErtckMl. who s now at the Mafssonenve race meet- ing at Montreal, then to him goes the Ellver ladle, black bag and everything. Erlckson weight only 75 pounds. He rldes< (or. Gene Lutt, a CanadiU'- jportsman. He scored ble first victory in the Malssoneuve meet when he rode. Evelina down In front of. an.Kceed.' Ingly high class'field. BIG BOWLING LEAGUE Winnipeg, Sept. b con- sidered here to be the largest alley bowling league In Canada wu'orvu-- lied here lail night when ,40 teama entered the commercial league, lie teams were split Into four jlvteloia and play will hut from September until the end of April Play li condacl- ed under the handicap rules wWcfc' proved satisfactory last season. THE KIND YOU WANT In our extensive stock you will find the brand you came for WHETHER IT IS UUBRICAT.. ING OIL OK GREASE, TIRES, TOOLS OR ANY'.OTHER AUTOMOBILE ACCEoSOffY- STANDARD, TRADE-MARKED GOODS WHICH USAGE HAt PROVED THE BESt IN THEIR LINE ARE ALL ON OUR SHELVES. KEEP US IN MIND. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION IANK HARRY HOLMAN, MAJESTIC NIGHT, THIS WEEK, SEPT, Canadian J- Ten itweight TIITun llPtfitfinf Illl WS llftLl RIH imi luiunun mu MOHTWEIAHT CHAMPION OF- CANADA I OF EXCELLENT PRELIMINARIES BILLY REID VH. YOUNG MILLER OEO. KENiVEDY vs. G. THOMPSON Or EDUOfiTON 5 it 125 m- MaHn AND OTHCM FIRST (OUT AXL MLLlfM AT T, AUttWtoflA HOTEL CWAH CO, ;