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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1917 rilK UA1LT PAGF, THMB 'BRINGING UP FATHER- By G. McManus WE CANAL BOM- OODE THE R. TO MEET KIN i AH OLD FRIEND OF MINE -CAPTAIN HOOT- tp PROGRAM TOMORROW EVENING'S BOUTS 8.30 Thompson vs. George Ken- nedy. 8.50 round asml- Miller TS.- Billy Held, of'Calgary. 9.30 round main go for Canadian Lightweight championship Clonte Tall, of Edmonton, champion, vs. Jack "Kid" Whiles-, of Buf- falo, challenger. Big League Baseball NEW York Philadelphia Clnctnnail St. Louis Clllcafio Brooklyn Boston NATIONAL Won. Lest. 60 Cl 05 CG 77 75 71 03 S3 14 70 74 S3 S3 r.c. .046 .555 .S32 .532 .503 .3? 3 .330 second 13 to A. Doak has now .won 15 games for which ho receives a bonus >f ISOO. 2 0 Si. S 1 Pfoltcr anil Kruegcr' DoaK sad Sm ilcr. Second 12 2 SI Louis.....-..OU26101X-12 13 2 Cheney, Wachcl and Wheat; Doak and Gonzalcs. Double-Header Features PlUsbiirg, Sept. first triple ever-made on Forbes' field and a clash between Outfielder Xing, of I'ttlsburs, and Catcher resulted in both players as well as Pitcher Jacobs, of PlttsburK, being Rent trom the -field, were features of today's doublo-licader, both games ol Avbich Vere. won.by the visitors, 5 lo S 0 Big Bout Tomorrow Night Then Who'll be the Champion? Whitey-Tait-TakeyourPick X, and 1 to 0. Jjoslon.......150 101 Rudolph and .Tragcssor; Cooper ami Schmidt. Second garuC; Boston Plttsburg .3 0 Kcilf and Meyers, Tragcssor; I'on- der, Grimes and Schmidt. Gained Full Game Rhlcagol Sept. York gain- ed a lull game in the pennant race to- hy shutting out Chicago 4. to 0, I for Iho second time, while Cincinnati won from Philadelphia. New York .100000120-4 5 0 AMERICAN Won. LosL 35 48 Boston........ 35 53 Cleveland 80 Detroit........TO 72 Washington 66 09 New York 66 75 St. Louis......-. 45 SO Philadelphia 4S 89 Caned Half a Game ,4s the Old Boy Says: "With a Promoter Blunt y cigar, anyone can get 30 minutes enjoyment The record is 97 3-for-25 cents S. DAVIS SONS, UMITEDj .MONTREAL. ICE IEI Cliirago Philadelphia, Sept. Chicago i gained half a game In Ihe fight for the ln 1 S American by defeating Philadelphia hy a score of 6 to 1, while Boston was Idle. Jackson put tho.bill over the right field fence tor a' home Chicago 10 Philadelphia 10 Fjner and Scaalk; Bash, Andersoa and Jleyer. Cleveland Took It New York, Sept. IS. Cleveland hunched hits and look, a gamo here to- day, winning 5 lo 4. Cleveland New York Klopfer, Morton, Bagby and Billings O'Neill; Shawkey, Shocker and Nuu maker. Senators Wen Washington, Sept, and Wright were hit hard today, Washlag Ion defeating St. .Lonls In .the tin game o( the-final series.9 to 3. St. Louis 10 Washington 14 Koob, Wright and SajTeroH; Ayor and AltumKii. Boston-Det'roil, game postponed, Iw tomorrow.- Hcnion nnd McCarly; Carter, lieu- drlx and Dlllioeter. Fast Game Cincinnati, Sort. tho fastest game playpil this, season In cither of Iho two major leagues one hour and minutes, Cincinnati defeated Phll- ndclptlla 1 lo 0.. Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati .000 7 Rlxoy and Killiler; 'Toney t Bmtlb. 81. Louis Won Both SI, Louis, Sept. pitched Bt_ Louts to victory In biMh games of todny'3 double-header with TJrooklyn, Tinning-Iho.rirfit game 3 to 0 and Ihe IRWRMIU It Dot a brtgand. He doe> sot It all, aad don not Lrr to make hli 'patrons believe that ho udentandc moton and their manufact- ure; ae It Inlelllgnt; he snd be ftnlshes your h right. 3nch Is onr RArrlce. Able, courteous cbanlct do worky for which 7011 pay. JACK "KID" WH1TEY TAIT Of who challenged Tall to Of Edmonton, lightweight champion Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE Of SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH LlTHtWDOe, ALTA. 10 round bout. Who will be Canadian light- weight champion after the .Tait- Whitey flo at'the Majestic tomor- row nlghl? That's what the would like 'to know, and they are going to be on deck'in round numbers to find out at firct hand. Tait lays: "Whal we have we'll Whitey uys: "What we'haven't, after." And there you are. The lightweight crown It worth too many to be allowed to go aglimmerlng without a good argument, io Tait on hTi to make quick work of Buffalo opponent. this CanadTan champion- an Alberta affair. an man and he won the belt In Alberta and If he any- thing to MJT -about he he fo'inq to ttay.an Alberta affair. Gut Beaver. manager, lint letting .He the main chants atae. He dMn't ,to 'juat rriehefy to give a- U Inrfulfft In BOTN light tittle ]aW with a erdar to lend oVfnff ff MM protege. He wanta tH light- weight btH for hit man. tak- Inf by long oMa arnjll of purw on ttihi occaaltn, but. he it will IM the chwrv plon'i end for hli tn the future. Thafa why he'i here. And WhEtcy appein to have the to back him up. He Juvt ai big an edge over Benny HMketl aa Clorte Tait. He of Canada. made the Canadian 125 pound by putting it over him-every round in an eialit round go. He put Cyclone Kelly, of Minneapolis to sleep In one stanza. Johnny Pear- .son, of Winnipeg, stayed part of a round before encountering a sleep-producer.. And on October 3 Whitey will meet' Oscar Kelly in Minneapolis and he has hopes that he" will be billed as the.Canadian lightweight champion. The fani, of course, are always strong for the champion, and Cionie has the edge on the betting. However, Whitey's showing at Ihe smoker at the Majestic last night has .convinced thefh. thai the. ad- vance notices has been re- eervlng haven't all been bunk. He opened up In great style and there It plenty of money today that he will fa the ten One thing the fan's for- getting and that is thrt thlj Is a championship'match. The boys will be at Ihe.llghtwelght limit of 133 pounds. There will be a geod third man In the ring In Jgd Folsy, i Nothing more Is'needed to make the big affair all tt ia advertised to be, and there Isn't my doubt ttijl the crowd will be there, A big advance sale Is already re- ported, and every one of the 229' .ringside seats Is being grabbed up .by the tittle want to be right on top to Me every play that Is to decide the match. With good roads there will be a bfg following frem outside points, big' contingents from' Cansetofl, Taberr antf Carmangajr being already booked. Six Matched Races on the-Card Dick, Bally and Bud All Here PATRIOTIC FUND BENEFTTi Jerry Leavirt arrived in the city last night with his famous Urtle horse "Grey Dick11 In tow, and it wasn't very long before the big matched races which have been the talk of the whole south coun- 'tryjor the past three weeks were aM'rixed up. The races will start at the Hen- derson fair grounds track tornor- row afternoon at 2.30 and there Is going to be some crowd of race fans Ihere to see. Loavilt refused to give ground o the weight far as Boh: Hearn's horse "nzlny; was concerned, I anl Lhl5 DccesBllBted the cancelling of i Ihe Inree-comered race between "Baldj" and "Grey Dlck.V But It resulted appears to tie a' better arrangement, and one that will I give the fans a belter run tor their j money. Ihe liue-np: Hearn's "Batdy" will rim Lunn's 1 "Bnd" a. quarter, 110 pounds, for 5100 a side. LcaTlU's "Grey Dick" will run! Lund's "Bud" s quarter at 110 pounds for 1100 a side. Hearn's "BalcTy" will ran LeavlH's "Grey "Dlclt." a quarler at catch weights for 1100 a side. Three races ont of one. Three times fan for your money. That's the result of tho parlers con. I ducted last night bclween Ihe own- ers. Thi past records of the horses sre well known. A couple of ycRTS ago "Bnd" beal "Grey Dick." At the stampede "Balny" beat "Bml" hair head. In ft matched nuarlcr. At.llio Csrdston fair "Groy Dick" beat "Baldy" n (jukrtir for ?100 a side. WIU-the dope bo upset (omorrowt There are of fans who sra going to be rallblrds tomorrow wblle is being decided all over arsln. Besides these threo events, the fans ill get three more. "Lily ned by Cnas. Klnsey, of Raymond, malcbed sffsinst "Sam the lack owned by Ben Powley, over the vc-elghlns of a mile distance for 100. Tha horses will carry weight or age, so that "Lily Ferguson" will arry in pounds and "Sam nanV 122. ownel by Tommy_ Goln, s matched against owned by Charlie., Klnsey for Ihe halt Iretch for 560. Then Jerry Leavltts ponj "Bay Frank'.' Is matched up with Lunrt's ouy. Loavilt demands catch weights, lUtrthls will be decided on later. The race Is'for anything up to a side irer tbe .three-eights of a'mlle.dls- ance. This makes six races 'in all. tt Is possible there will be olbers erranged oday, hut the arc sure of seeing six heats anyway. Jack Gingras, of Great s In the city and will act as sUiter, haTlDg been mutually agreed upon by all parties concerned. He Is an old race horeo man and everybody Is sure ot a square deal. The admission Lo the big doings lie 50 cents to any part of trie ground, ond half'tho receipts will go'to the Patriotic furid, the otter halt to the owners, of the' horse's to be among'them to defray expenses. 1POLISIS 4; Toledo S... 3; Toledo i. Indfinapolls IS; Milwaukee 9. Louisville 3; Kansas City 0. St. Paul 9; Columbus 4. Lndlanapolla Gels Pennant. Chicago, Sept. the In- dianapolis club winner of the penn- ant, the Association win 'me today wllb, St. Paul and Loula-. Tllle fighting it oat for- eeeand place honors. The official ttaadlng, tnclaUlc. games of yesterday, follows: Lost. P.O. Indianapolis St Paul Louisville Columbus Milwaukee Minneapolis .v.ji Kajisas Toledo 90 n 70 to M 62 66 J75 <'Ji75 65 87: .441- .RECOONIZI Rl Buenos Aim, has recognized tbe Russia. Presldint. sumcd decree.ti Help is Close at Hand j Whenever you need the prompt as- sistance of skilled auto-repair men] GO TO THE NEAREST PHONE TELL US WHERE YOU ARE AND SEEK THE SHADE OF THE NEAREST TREE UNTIL OUR TROUBLE CAR' ROLLS, WONT IE LONO. 'OUR WORK SHOP IS ON A PAR WITH OUR EMERGENCY1 SERVICE, TRV US WHEN YOU NEED RELIABLE RE. PAIRS, OR ADJUSTMENTS, BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET. v IACK OF UNION HAHKV HOLMAN, MfK MAJESTIC THEATRE-THURSDAY NIGHT, THIS WEEK, SEPT. 20th Chiampipliship Boxing Content PinUIC TIITun IEPV (tflR'UIUITCVI PREUMINARIES PRIORS-. uLUniL I nil VS UnuR mU WNIlLl BTI'T'Y YOUNG KENNEDY VS. G. THOMPSON LIGHTWEIQHT CHAMPION OF CANADA OF BUFFALO 5 at 125 DOOM THflH f N Ut FIMT MAIN BOUT tM ALL .WWW "i MLUFN AT MLMUTA MTU. ClOfM STAMt MIM ;