Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
25, 1917 LETHBRIDGE DA1LT HERALD PAGETWOB 'BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus IM hia, have been striving la beat llje other's record In games won all this season, but as things look just now break about even, the having a slight edsc on Ilcncler. Tlic rivalrv between tins pair dales from away back when M-jrijuaril faced the chief in the world's series struggle between the Giants anil Connie Slack's Athletics. JIarquard has once_niorc been the mainstay of Uncle Robbie's pitching staff and has Iwlrled splendid Lali for Ihe Dodgers. The old chief has hcen going great guns for the Phillies, and almost sue ceeded in landing another pennant for Pat lie-rail's Big League Baseball NATIONAL Now York rh.Liitlelphin Cincinnati St. Louis Clitcago...... Brooklyn Boston...... J'lttsburg Won. Lc-sl. 94 53 S3 Cl 7f. KB 75 70 01 76 55 S4 47 93 P.C, .MO .570 .532 .521 .493 .457 .335 .335 AMERICAN Chicago ilOBlon pleveland Washington New York SI. Ixrals I'hiladolphia Won. Lost. P.C. 57 .CO! 02 .581 S7 SO -76 68 67 48 49 S2 94 .510 .452 .455 .343 NOBLEMEN CIGARS 'Made for those who want the best." NOW SOLD IN THREE SIZES 2 Invincibles for Will Eddie Cicotte and the Shine Ball Win Series for Chicago White Sox? Phillies Still Win Pillsbiirg, Sept. 24. Philadelphia continued Us unbroken series of Vic- tories bv winning from Pillsburg to- day 2 to 0, but was eliminated entirely as a contender for the National league championship through the victory of New York over SI. Louis. Philadelphia 7 1 7 1 IScr.der and Jacobs and Bchioidl. Cubs Won Chicago. Sept. Deal's triple in the eighth innins gave Chica- go a 4 to 2 victory over Brooklyn to- day. Split Double Header. Sept. split even with 'Washington here to- day in its' final appearance ot the .season, winning the first game S to 3 and losing the second 2 to 0. In tlio first contest Cobh made four hits and a sacrifice In five limes at bat, stole tour bases and scored two runs. First )elrott 12 1 Washington 000 000 3 7 3 .lames and Slanage; Ayers and Ain- smith. Second Detroit 2 Brooklyn Chicago 111 V Smith and Krueger; Vaughn and tl- liott. Giants Clinch It Urals, Sopl. York clinched the National league pennant hv winning today's game from St Louis 2 lo 1. Doak held Iho chsm pions to four tlicso came when hits were needed am! Doak lost. Now York......100001000-2 4 St. Louis......000000100-1 7 Washington ICO 6 I Danss and Stanage; Shaw and Ain smith. Ruth. Blanks Champs. Boston, Sept. shut S. DAVIS ten straight. Philadelphia 0 0 Torkelson and Billings; Farnham and .Perkins. Sensationalists who havo been try-' Ing lo belittle the work of Eddie Ci- tte. o! thc.Whitc Sox this year, by cusing him ot employing unfair ching tactics, base their arguments the hypothesis lhat Cicotte had no back as a pitcher until he dls- vered the trick they accuse him of ing and blossomed forth fls a star, othing could be further from the Hill, Clcotle has won more than halt his nmes for the While Sox for three ears. Last season he ranked second Cleveland i20 7 1 CHEVROLET WON New York.'Scpl. lei won the 100-mile automobile race for the Harkness gold-trophy on th speedway track Sal urday. Ralph de Palma was serond Eddie Ilearne third, Ralph JIultor fourth and Dan W. Rickey fifth. Chevrolet's lime o! is new American speedway record to tho distance. His average speed miles hour. The fm..._ American record was mad over the same track by Darlo Rest In 1916. After the first lap the race dovelo ed Into a duel between Chevrolet an do this pair gradually away from the other jiarler Darlo Resin, who shown a spec of 119 miles sn hour In practice du Ing the weelr, was forced out of th conical. This Time We Have Three Used Gars To Offer one Is inolhtr CHEVROLET TOURING CAR, and Ihe >rt MAXWELL TOURING CAR and >n ELGIN ROADSTER. All: are hundred cent, values at the prices we are asking. If it's a tar pr'" Wv Bijou Motor Parlors THE OF lETHtmOOE, ALTA. M.'-C.: A. when the Reds Uonarchs clashed. With and crowd in attendance the game started in the American league in point of earned runs allowed pc-r game. Bahc Ruth was the leader, allowing 1.75 runs per nine innings of play. CicoUo- allowed 1.7S and won 16 and lost seven contests. There was no great outburst of in- dignation against Cicouc's pitching methods last season. This was doubt- less because the White Sox dltl not win the pennant. This year the iall of the Hcd Sox has required an alibi tor the Boston club. Th'e slory of Cicolle and his "shine hall" is the result. on the dot with eleventh man Ferg. Irwin the floor. the Tho score was: Monarchs 37, Heds IS. Just what' tho earnest or fiery ath lete does through Ihe season Is no di rect test, by an> means, as lo whal he contemplates doing through a world's series, says Grantland Rice. In past October affairs wo have ob- served two sets of thai of Ihe season star billing the big series as a fat man might light upon the ton of a soapy revi- sion all downward. And then the cases of those who were lucky lo hit Ihe size of their collar most of the year peeling the cover oft the ball in the big jubilee. Here are just a few upscts-hclween count and a world In the first holt the Monarchs' got away for a good start, piling np 21 points. The Reds sSfnough showing some spcclaculnr combination playa could not locate Ihe basket. Percy Irwin. Hudson and Hogtr Lund form- skey will bo able to use his most de- ol pendable pilcher four limes, each lime I 21 lo ;Iving him a full Iwo days' real. If ]ong enn. happens lo bo effective against with renew WorlJ's Series Schedules Ar ranged as to Give the Edge to (he While Sox If Iho world's series schedule had been drawn by Charles Comiskoj and Clarence Rowland, owner ant nanager, respectively, of Ihe Chicago While1 Sox. the g.imes could not havo been arranged belter for the American cague champions. Kddte Cicolle, Ihe veteran pitcher ot tho White Sox, will In all probability, be called upon U do the bulk of box work for thu Com Iskey crew. Here, then, Is the rea- son why Ihe schedule Is so favorahlo ed the hub of tho play for tho Mon- archs, Irwin and Hudson doing some nice shooting. whihvLund figured in a good many of their combination plays. The Monarchs guards, Glllls and Davis, did some very effective work, holding their opponents to no points. Murray for the Reds was the only one to score in this half. The score ot the end of the first half was with lhjs Monarchs on Ihe lo bo effective against vyuh renewed vim the .Heds came he Giants, and White Sox tans all on blood In Ihelr eyes, over (he country are of (he opinion slightly changed. This hal he will be, his being available lo was close, each team securing work four games without overdoing shoultl bo an almost insurmountable advantage to Ihe American leaguers. Johnson Helps Frame Schedule Bancroft B. Johnson, the wily presi- dent of Iho American league anil mem- ber of the National Baseball commis- sion, under whose auspices tho world's series will be staged, was one of tho three men who framed the schedule, and il looks as though he pul one over on the National league contingent when he got them to agree to leave a day between Ihe games played In Chicago and New York. Tho reason he gave was to do away wilh the pos- sibility ot having lo rearrange tho schedule on account of delayed train service and Ihe reason was good enough lo gain him his point. What- _ full season's series showing: Ty Cobb, Seasons average ...............377 World series average...........231 Jack Darry, Season's average.............265 World series average ..........36? Hank Gowrty, Season's average...............243 World series average .545 Eddie Collins, Season's averags .344 World series, average......... .214 Duffy Lewis, Season's average .290 World scries average .1........500 Oravvy Cravalh, Season's average.............. .285 World series Average ..........154 Jake TJaubert, Season's average ......-.........31G World series average ..........17G a four field baskets but Irwin rung up eight clean foul counters, to the Reds five, giving them a slight advantage. Tho final scoro was In favor of the: Monarchs. The Individual score up was as follows: Monarchs. H. Hudson, 11 New York, Sept. new crop of managers Is striking bard at the re- cords of the old school in baseball. Youngsters in experience, they are wrecking the order of things, by grasp- ing tho same in their hands and threatening lo run it right inlo a per- sonally conducted world's series be- fore manv more moons. Lee Fohl and Jack Barry, two American leaguers, are babies as lead- ers of baseball clubs, yet this year Ihey have slammed Ihings around in such an eiciting fashion that it has taken an awful lot ot effort to con- vince them that they haven't the right to run away with a pennant. In aarryhas proven so obstinate along" these Hues lhat he hasn't been con- vinced and has a chance to win. his argument. Barry's case Is hardly renuufr able as Kohl's tor Barry bas always been considered one of .the game'i marlest players, and hM had experi- ence underx the game's most astute and studious managers. Fohl was Just a sort of helper tar Joe llirmingham. while Joe ng his upa and down In. Clereiand. When he took hold of the Indians, It was generally believed his position was only temporary and lhat sooner or later he would surrender hla place to some one better known as an ex- These records are not made from unknown talent horning in for a gnn.e or two. Tho list includes Cobb, Collins Barry, Lewis, Cravath, Gowrty, Cau among the leaders. R. Lund, 4 P. Irwin, 22 J. QUlies [F. Davis I Total 37. Irwin. Reds. For. W. RIdpath, 4 For. M. Eadowskl centre W. Murray. 12 J. F. Plckclt; j. Shand, 2 I Tolal IS poncnt of winning baseball. But Lee fooled the gang. He trotted right Into tho race his first year out, his I'eam play baseball and was consider-, ed a lerriblc obstacle last summer. This year Lee again started II, while few critics gave him a chance for the pennant, Lee himself believed he would have something lo say about the disposition of the annual flag, and among me leausiis. uic These figures show how Quietly up- he came mighty near getting nis TUB. guard guard iu .ho American leaguers, even disre girding tho facl Ilial the first two games will bo played in Chicago, on (heir home grounds, before Iho most wildly parllzan fans on cither big league clrcuil. Can UM Cicotte Often Tho first gamo Is scheduled for Saturday. Oclober 6, and any' one who Is accuslonicd to lay odds will bet you 6 to 1 .lhal Cicolle breaks an arm bct'weon now and Ihcn he will be on the Bring line. Clcotle will rest Sunday and Monday, as the learns will make the trip from Chicago lo New York on Mondiy. He will, therefore, hive two full days' rest before ho Is asked to pilch on Tuesday. Two more days' real will bo hl> before he will again the mound in Chicago for Ihe fiflh of tho scries, which Is scheduled for Friday. In case Ihe sixth game Is necessary, It will be played Ihe following Monday In New York, so that Cicotte will ugaln hare t rest. The fact thai the tint sis of series are spread daji In oihcr words, will lhat Corn- the American league managers and owners may Ihlnk ol tho dicta- torial mclhorts of their president, Ihey aro forced lo give him credit for look- Ing alter his own and advancing the Inlercsls of his organization at ovcry opportunily. It the White Sox win the championship through the pitching of Cicotte, duo' credit should be given lo Johnson, Ihe peerless leader of tho junior league. UNION PRINTERS BOUGHT LIBERTY, BONDS Ihe tho FURTHER HUN OUTRAGES Havre; Sept. mili- tary authorities al Unige.1, Belgium, are concenlratlng forcibly all Iho boys men ct lhat city between the hges of fourteen and slxly lo work In inunl- and shipyards. The rich and the poor, shopkeepers and work- men, all are taken, only Ihe doctors and priests escaping. The Germans virtually conducted raids In the city, according lo reports received here, telzlng men In their In streets and f.ll public places. The pro- vincial coramlisloia hcen ordered by the Germans to seventy-five per cent, of iu Through its executive council, International Union was one of first trade unions to subscribe tor Iho first issue ol Liberty bonds. In Ihe al- lotment ot those bonds Ihe Intention- al Typographical Union's subscription was cut from to Sub- ordinate local typographical unions subscribed lo (he amour.: of while Ihe subscriptions of individual members ami Iho purchases made through" chapel organisations amount- oil In Sl.130.300. bringing Ihe tolal sub- scriptions made by members of the In- ternational Typographical Union uplo In order lhat tho organiza- tion may obtain bonds to Ihe full ox- lent of il! subscription on Ihe second Llborly Loan, the executive council ot tho Inlernallonal Typographical Union cohlcmplales dividing ftsXseoond sub scrlpllon between a number of cities. STEEL WORKERS GET INCREASE Johnslown, Sepl. thousand steel workers, employees o the Cambria Steel Company and Ih Lorraine Sleel Company here, were lo day-notified that effective October 1 their wages would be Increased ten percent. 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