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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBKH 21, 1917 1MB LKT11HH1DOK OAILT HKHMJI PAGF "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus KOORE SMD LEFT Olft HE SENT THINKIN' >fOU-0 RUSH GASOLINE TO SUPPLY "FISH BOATS Ottawa, Sept. solid train of gasoline lank cars is speeding In (he direction ot ihc maritime prov- inces In order lo prevent, a tie-up ol Nova Scotia nnil Now BrunswIcK fishing boats Diving (a a gasoline shortage. Owing to mil way congestion, par- llcularly In the Uolled Stales, the gasoline slock In the maritime prov- inces are almost at a point of deplet- ion and unless more "gas" reaches I he coast twenty-four hours Ihef JsMng Industry will be almost completely Interrupted. It Is esti- mated that In Ihe three eastern prov- inces there are at least a thousand boa's used In lishlog. Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won, Lost- New York rhllaik'lphla Cincinnati SI. Louis..... Chicago lircuklyn..... IJoslon...... PlUshurK AMERICAN Won. Loat. Cliicago........ 97 IJoslcm........ 8G Icrclan'l...... S5 SJ 02 .336 .335 Detroit iVashlnglnn N'cw York Si. Louis Flifladclphla SO 57 75 C7 67 4S 49 '53 P.C. .ecu .noi .578 .MO .182 .469 .309 .345 SATURDAY GAMES.. First game Philadelphia 1 ChlL-ngo 000010900--1 3 4. Rlxey f.ncl Killltcr; Hcmlrlx and Ullhocter. Second game Philadelphia 1 10 0 Chicago S 3 Ocschger and Ailnms; Walker, Al- driilee, I'rnmlereast and Dilhoofer- Flrsl game Koiv York 000 OOD 010 2 S' 1 J'Htsljurg 100 ODD ODD 1 S 4 Pcrrllt ami McCarly; Cooper anil Smith. Second game Now Yor'K 000 000 000 0 3 3 PUlslrarg 1 7 1 Dcmarce anil Itariden; rentier and Schmidt. IlrooKlyn 000 020 6 2 Cincinnati '000 003 4 7 3 Marqirard and Kruegcr; Schneider ami Smilh. lloston 000 000 000 0 10 1 SI. .louli 61 (Called, Nchf and" Tragrcssor; Meadows ftnd Snydcr. SUNOAY GAME3, Flrsl Philadelphia 3 2 Chicago 0 Alcsandcr and KDIItcr, Douglas, J'renderfiasl and Dllhocfer, Elliott. Sscoml game Philadelphia 10 I Chicago Finery nnd Adams; Carter, Al- bridge, I'rendcrensl, Weave and El- llolf, Dllhocrcr. riral game JJroOklj'i] .102 G 0 0 Cincinnati 8 3 Pffcr and Miller; Tonejr, Bller, Kiithcr and St. Louis, Hoeton closed Us laat season here today hy rtlvlillng n jtloublo hcailcr v'lth St. Ixiuls. 31. Louts won the first 11 to 6 and Hnslon took Ihe 2nd game 7 lo 1, Flrel Ddston 6 1 SI. Louis 001511 11 13 1 names, Scolt and Tragrcssor; Goodwin, Ames and Snj. dcr. Second game Boston 0 SATURDAY GAMES. First Cleveland 4 Philadelphia 000500000-0 7 3 Bagbv and Hillings; Naylor and McAvejv Second Cleveland 000 D'OI COO 6 1 100 000 000 4 3 i World's Series Opens in Chicago First Game on Sunday, Oct. 6th Eligible Players Already Named As prcdiclcd by IIic Herald some time'ago, (lie first gninc of llic world's scries will be played ill Chicago, Oct. 6. mark.'liovevcr.'and it hardly can lie As the Old Boy Says: "The smoker who hasn't tried a Promoter Blunt Cigar has much happiness prospect." 3-for-25c S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL. tiog leadership. Not Equal In Base Running In Tlerzog the Giants have a sec- ond bascoian (he equal of ColJIns as a fielder and thinker. The clash of wits between this pair should be Cully as Interesting as the battle o[ bats. Herzog's batting [alls lieW Collins' Philadelphia Cnvcleskle and Hillings; Dush, SclholU and Plcinlch. Firal SI. Louis 5 1 Sew York 000 000 1 1 Darenpnrt and Hale; Sbawkey and Second .garni 3 0 4 0 Love SI. 'Louis 7.. New York 000 000 Loudd unlit and Sevcrold; Iluele. Dclroll 10 2 Washing Ion 4 3 Ehmkc And Stnnagc; Johnson and Chicago Boston 121 000 1 Bcnz and Lynn; Mays and Agnew. SI. Louis I 1 Lawn Bawling and Moy.cra; Waiaon. Ilorsfman, May, Illti and Oonzaloa. FINAL DRAW. FOR ADAMS CUP The handicap competitions for the single lawn howling championship which has been In proxreas during AugURt and September, haR.heen un- avoidably delayed ovlng to Ihe dark evenings of the last two weeks. In or- give all those who were In the running for the lhat IB, Ihonc who hire played and won 50 per cent, ot the games' ncheduled, a new draw hae been1 made by a repre- sentative ot the Herald. The gamerf In this competition will ho of the knoclfonl variety, Iho if Inner o[ group Iwo play the winner of group and foor, the vln.- ncr gets the cup, iymholl.c of tho alngle lawn bowltaff chknplonahlp nl Ihe city. The players mi; Ihclr games lo ault IhemaelTea dnHng (lie next two weeks, or 'If n all may he plired. on E'rlnff Day, October Jlh. Tha' handicaps will appl; lo these Rase as Iho orliinal draw. GBOUP VI. (HeDONALD, anOUP MA. GROUP vt. FLCETWOOD. GROUP MOSBEY va. 8PAULOINO The following Cincinnati dispatch tells of Ihc arrangements: When Ilic silver luilf-dlolur, losscd'by Frank Navin, of' Ihc I Delroil cluh, fell lails-up, after President Harry Hempslcad, Ibe New York Nationals, liad called [he National Base- ball commission announced thai Charles Comiskcy, owner of the Chicago Americans, had won the toss, he had Ihe privilege of -saying where Ihc first game of the next world's scries should he played. Shortly afterward- it was announced the scries would open al Chicago on October 6, while the would he played there on Sunday, Oct. 7. The following players and none other will he eligible lo par- ticipate, in the series: Chicago American Rowland, manager; Joe Bcnz, H. Birnc, E. Collins, John Collins, E. V. Cicolte, D. Dan- forth, U. Faboi-, 0. (iandil, K. H. Hasbrook, J. J. .lack- son, J. Jenkins, Licbo' FAisbcrg. A. E. Uusscll, liams, M. Wolfgang and W. Gleason New York National inaiiiiger; Fred Anderson, .1. C. Bcnton, A. W. Baivd, Jr., Geo. J. Burns, Al Dc- imircc, Arthur 1'lclclicr, Oco. Gibson, Walter IJolkc, C. L. llerzog, Bonnie. KnnfY, John B. .Lobcrl, Lewis'd. MeCarly, J. J. Murray, John J. Onslow, W. D. Pcrritl, Davis Robertson, William A. Rari- dcn, James L. Smilh, H. F. Sallcc, Fred JI. -Sclmpp, Clins. M.J1 Tcsrean, James Thorpci Joseph H. Willioit and Henry Ziininer- n. The commission gave onl Ilic following notice in regard (o the series: "The official scorer will Ire J. G. T. Spink, of Ihc Sporting News, appointed by. the National commission, and one member of the Baseball Writers' Association of lo be selected Each ,drve B. E. Murpliy.-E. McMiiIlin, C. R. Sclialk, J. Scoll, (Ico. Weaver, C. Wil- This Time We Have Three Used Cars TO Offer One another CHEVROLET TOURING CAR, and the fftVun ire MAXWELL TOURING CAR aqd in ELGIN ROADSTER. All hundred per cent, vatuo at the we tifclnf. H It'ft at email price you went, Uke BijoU Motor 1 HOUSE OF aci I FIFTH BTRECT SOUTH i. Motor Parlors THC HOUSE OF 8EHVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH I.ETHBR1DQE, ALTA. by it- sen re r locjil brand) in cncli cily, rcprcsouled in Ihc scries. E L- nppniiilod by Ilic Baseball Writers' ussocialion shall sti only in one of the city branches of Ihc Rnsrhull Writers' associa- tion which sclccls liiiii and will for such service Something About (he Infields of the Two Great Baseball Machines (By H. C, Hamilton) New Yort, 3upl. of Ihe tightest fielding and smarteit Infields baaebaH has over Eecn'alnce Iho erup- lion thit ahaUcred the AlhletlN will be ]n opposM net Ion when the Giant a and White Sox mingle lit the world's series. Etch la balanced it second bite hy A (list Ihfnlcer, a speedy, field- er, and B releran of hard-fought cnam- plomhtp gimefl. Eddie Collins, prince of the second aackera, li Acid Ulu for the White Soi. CnBrloy Her- iof, McOraw's tctcran of many can- ?afrn3( holds down .the uno job on the OUnti! v Man for man, conpared fron ereir angle, While Son hare IB at Infleldtng. rieBpiU the comparison that la always made belwten McOraw'a quartet and slagging tfaat onco performed for Connie In- fields of (he IIOO.OM aorl oul of (ashloQ ilnce Muck. kfa axe, but the nearest approach to IL alnco has been the thrown said he exercises the sajnc Judgment In base running. The best baseball in Ilcrzog's car- prereDt. lie !s purely a figblcr. The short series will bring even- ounce oC effort [ronj the nervous body. At shortstop'the Giants have the C'Jge in experience, Tielding ability and hitting. Fletcbers hitting will carry over the rough spots where "H.'s- might slucnblc. Fletcher's field- ing, likewise tops that of Ihe coast graduate, mainly because he Is more certain of himself. Long Hit Spcclilist rg specializes in long hilling. Tic has been hailed a coming national Btar, but hasn't yet attained that form. It was his Rcnuisitlon, however, that supplied the championship form for the While Sox. In Duck Weaver and Heinle Hinv merman it Is difficult to reach a basis of comparison. The men are vastly different. Weaver Is undoubtedly Iho belter, faster fielder, and a faster thinker. ZlrnmcriDan's aggressiveness, bcavy bitting, and pefsoballly him an edge 'over many Inncldfcrs. Zimmerman's baiting punch, com- bined with lhat of Benny Knuff. will be Ihe main reason' for bets on the Gianls. He Is playing; Ihe host ball of liis career and Is holding his temper. Weaver Is generally conceded lo be Iho best third baseman iu the Ameri- can league. lie Is a pinch hit- ter, fair and a brilliant Holder, but given to erratic throwing. The Ourfleldc Compared KaufT, Burns and Itoberison, or Lie- bold, Kelsch and Jackson, form a trio of outfielders that would llckle Ihc heart of most any big league manager. There are a few combinations In the balls. Ills hitting will be Ifofl predom- inant factor In Lbe Giants world's series playing unless he follows In the footsteps of so many great players aud turns out a -.vorld'E series flivver. Denny and Happy Felsch form an excellent match. Each hits for about the Fame average, but Felsch IB far the belter fielder and possesses more bsachall brains. It will be Interesting lo ivalch the pErlorroanccs of theso rivals. Choice Dave Robertson has been called by John J. McGraw the greatest outfielder In the game If be cared lo put enough energy Into it. Hut Dave has failed 10 live up to this statement. A mar- velously clever fielder and a bard hit- ler, always dangerous, be hardly mea- sures up to the aWJlly of Jne Jackson, although llobertson is a much belter Gelder. Xetno Liebold and John are alternates in left OT right field for Ihe White Sox, with a possibility that Murphy might take up Ihe patrol. Lie- bold is so much better as a fielder and hitter, with far more baseball sense than Collins that critics nre often led to wonder why ho Isn't made .a regu- lar, lo leave Collins (or utility duty. 11 is probable he will get the bulk of Iho world's series duty. Liebold doesn't measure up to Burns aa a hitter, nor In general usefulness, but h about etiuiil as a fielder. Felsch (ops Ung j Jackson's superior as a fielder, but probably will hit at the same gait. The Gfant oufftcld should be an easy ,300 lulling combination for the world's scries, with fielding ability to compare favorably wllh the WnJte Soi. Kaufi in fielding, but Ihclr hit- is about equal. Robertson Inlo.lhc ronnanl flsht by Charles Com- lakey. Gantlll and llolkc at first base corn- rare closely, despite Gandll's erperi- encc ami an old reputation for heavy hiding. Like all Iho Sox of former years and present days, Garv dll's heavy liat nas been lost. He ts ttlll hitting thorn regularly and Is one of Uio gome's most dangerous plncb batsmen, but. hl3 .300 Average has cone. Holkn is the same aort of a hlttuT, but Is more youthful. Their fielding offers nothing to fnror either man. Each Is steady under fire. Henog and Colllna Cornrkarlsonn nover offered more In a wtrld series than the reipectlve raerlla of Chnrlcy Herzog, Gfant sec- ond nnd Eddie Colllnp, [be hrflllant second baieman ot Ihe Sox, A terrific htltor, speedy baacrunner, brilliant fielder, and lightning thinker, Collins stands out as Iho greatest ECC- ond baseman (he girae has ever Even now, after a period of batting depression, the former won- rler of tho old A I hi elks, li striding Inlo .300 form with a vim that holds nothing good for 1h< Olant pitchers. Mhe an the great Collins1 work with the mace Is natural, Hit- ting vLlchlog la only illfhlly more of a task for him than tlid McGraw's Irifi of uteri Ing south will have Illtle effect on hta average, provided he'playft In champtonshlp form, DM. been accuaed Ibis year of liowtng K fielder1 and of play- ing itlapld hRseball, but this charge may i he cMwied with, the declaration that Ty obb was slipping. Ty slip- ped into the American league'a bat- The SOT outfield will not attain (he hilling average of the Giants but will In fleldinj. The hilling gives the Glanls the edge. DEVORE TO FIGHT KID WOLFE Cleveland, 0-, Sept. WoUe Cleveland featherweight Is, matched for n twelve round bout wllh Willie big show thai equal or even approach j Devore, of Akron, 0. The right will the efficiency of these gardeners who will defend the .liter bulwarks dur- ing' the. world's scries. Kauff'a bitting, Burns' clever field- ing, combined liltlliiff, and be staged In Akron, Scpl. 25. First Game of Season at the When Red a and Monarchs' Clash The basketball season crash tonight The flrEt game -of. Lhe city league brines together tbft Ileds and the Monarchs captained rcepecilvely by Murray and Percy Irwln. Two olber teamB an in Ihe' race for the Ewart cnpV'Uie 1 'Slars" and Ibe the defenders, making it a. four cornered league this year. j Afjcr a Rood deal., of scouting around about thirty playara .'hare j been procured. At least ten new faces appearing, making it poflnlbla to have four teanu. Basketball promlsoa without any I doubt to have tbe beat ieaaon erer In Lethhrldge, and Tory llkaly there will be a district league formed about the 1st of December, coDalgtlng of Cardatoo, Raymond, Lethhridcfl, Stirling and possibly Hat and Taber. Alter the game tonight U0 Bartet- ball Club are holding their opening ilance. There will bs no admlafilon laken at Ihe game but a, collection for Iho purpose delrtyrnff ,ex- Iienses. One motorlat has found that It Is handy to thread different sized rods the entire length, say ten or twelve Inches. When a bolt Is needed It can be cut from the rod and a nut or two be put on the end, raaklng.a. very Isfaclory bolt, These rode can bent lo make U-ahnped bolts or air other required shape. Plenty of Data can be carried right on the rodi ipd the whole be tied In a package that will not rajlle around In Ihe tool Dnvey RobertFon'a slugging' give the Giants the predominance In outfield- Ing. tf Job Jackson was at the height of hitting he once enjoyed the com- would reach a different result. However, he Isn't and the chances are ie will snow no unusca! amount of Hammering in the coming big games. George Burns Is ono of Ibe game's greatest outfielders. If (here Is a man In Ihe N'allonnl league who com- jiarea favorably with Ty Cobb, Trls Speaker and clover other oulficlders In Iho American league, it the Giants' sun fielder. Bright Star Burns, besides bains a .300 and a fielder over whom U Is almost Impossible lo drive a hit, Is the stead- iest player In the National league. Sel- dom docs he sec a slump. Hla work reaches a certain point each year end slays there. He a remarkably fust I Ji Inker, nivnl Nullonal leijuers will attest to the numerous plays that he has victimized them with. Benny Khuff reached Ihe National league, proclaimed aa a nan who would rWal ty Cobb. Benny didn't claim It himself, although he was generally credfttd with having done so. Bad preH Bcenllng got him lot of publicity that hurl him dreadfully his first year wfth Giants. Gradu- ally 1m rmi thfo off until he stands now real National league star, made In the league by Jfeflraw rnethodf. 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