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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIILT.SDAV, SRPTESIHER 27, 1017 THE LETHBR1IX3E DAILt HERALD PACK THREE "BRINGING. UP FATHER" G. McManus FIRED- OUT! A COCK League Baseball NATIONAL Won. l.osL P.C. New York 52 '54 .630 Philadelphia..... 84 -01 .519 SI. I.ouls....... 7S 57 .538 Cincinnati...... 't T.I .503 Chicago........ 73 7G Boston.....: C8 70 .472 P.rooklyn....... 05 7C .451 I'il'.sburg .._..... 48 100 .324 Boiton Took Bolh." Cincinnati. Sept. look noili'SamCE'of; a 'double'-Lender from CInr.innnll here today. Mlarnes and ftebf pltclilfsff- {.f- ftc visitors In tfrand form. i scorerl a shut out over '.be l. base hits the factors in each Hos16n 000 010 S 0 Cincinnati 6 0 Iterr.cs and Meyers; Schneider and Wifiso. Second Eor'.oo S 3 CIcimiali 000 000 4 0 Kchf- and Trasressor; Schneider knd Smith. Won In Twelfth. SI. T.ouls. Sept. single by Smiih In Iho Iwclll'h Inning Bcoreil Drocl; vvith'ibe rim lhat gave SI. 3.outa a 2 lo 1 victory over New York In liio Itpal name of Ihe series here today. New York 000 100 000 4 1 SI. I.ouls 000 000 010 001 B 1 Sniytho and On'slow-, and (ipuialca, Urack. Phillies Win Again. Pillsburir, Sept. 'held I'l'.tiburg lo four scattered hlfs today while Philadelphia lilt Carlson anil Kvan.i hard anil won 6 lo 0. The vic- tory clinched second place for tho Philadelphia, team. Philadelphia 10 1 J'illaliure J 2 Hljoy and Kllliter; Carlson and pchraUt. MarnLiarrf Defeated. Chicago, ScpL bunch- eil Ihree hlls off Warquarcl Ift tho ElxDi InnlBK nnd shut out Brooklyn 1 lo 0. Ilrooklyn 4 I Chicago ......000 001 7 1 AMERICAN lilcago Boston..... Cleveland Detroit Xeiv York St. I.ouls Philadelphia Won. 3S SS 87 7S 69 67 -13 60 I.osL 5! 55 03 73 74 SI S3 95 P.C. .G53 .603 .580 .510 .4S3 .453 .371 .345 Mack'a Youngsters Won. Philadelphia, Sept. ex- cellent pitching} vras backed uji by splendid support by. a team of young pluycrs. defeated St. Louis today -i lo 0. St. Louis 3 5 Philadelphia 010'oiC 5 1 Davenport and Hale; Meyers and Schang. Detroit Again. New York, Sept. de- feated ctfw York again in the second game, of the present series today by a s'core ol a' to 1. Duirolt 2 Mew York 000100 5 2 Boland and. Stanage; Elnrlghl and Pilftrers Busy. Washington, Sepli evened up the aeries wjtn Chicago today by taking the second game lo 4. Twelve stolen bases were reg Istercd each team having six. Chicago 8 Washington 100 10 Fabor and 3chalk; Dumonl am Mnsinllh. i Cleveland Won. Roslon, Sept. closet [Is 1917 aeries here loday by defeat Ing Uoston 2 to 0. Coomue's pitch ins nnd three double plays aided tho visitors. Chapman atolc second dur IDE the game.. Cleveland ,l 2 S Boston S Coombe QDd O'Neill; Leonard an( Agnew. Marquard and Jin'J Karrell. Krucgcr; MTenvcr ALDF.nTA MEDICALS MEET AT CALGARY Calory, Sepl. aro ar riving hero [roin'.nil over HIP province for Iho nnnual nicellni; of (he Alberta "ifeillcal opens this W. A. Lincoln, of Cnl- fary, tlio president, will net as chair- man of the Enllierlng which will last tyvti days. Among LhuBO In attendance Jp I3r. H. fl. Brett, lieutenant-governor cf AlUeMa. WAR HITS HARVARD TEAM Only 20 Apply for. Football Squid Should Be 60 to 80. Cambridge, Sent. 20 candidates reported for Harvard' Informal" rarsliy foothill teai when fall practice'began today. other yearft from 60 to SO -rnen como out on the Snow A guard, Ukeai.mt end and Flynn (fickle vere tha onlyimemDerB of. th old squad to report, other men hem In mllllnry or havil aerrlce. Th cqund neat fnlo .practice, unde Coaches Lcary And llrown. BIO FIILD OP RUNNERS A recent rrow country mce In En, land helwecn and English ac illers brought out a field of Some Snap A niiin ictltis his Chevrolet In sell, and he put .siidi :i low price on it (ha( we can't decide whether lie is a or just plain If 1 here ever uas a bargain in an auto- inobilc, (his) is one. Bijou Motor Parlors WILL PERFORM IN WORLD'S SERIES A n SCHOOL SPORTS The success of the School Field llay.iwhkh will be helil on Thanksgiving Day, reals >vlth the 'parpuls and i-iti- zens ol Ihe clly. They slioulj throne lo Uie Kair B'ounds on lhat dale at least thousand strong, if they are interested in the iiUyslcal- development of llielr children: Instructor (jco. McKhlon has been busy this week running off the preliminaries ,it the various achools. and "Kiltie" Informs Ihc Herald lhat inany records will be shattered, espe- cially In the public school events. A number of public school Cirls arc doing the high jump in the neighborhood of Cour feel. The event has been trans- ferred to the Thanksgiving nro- iram. The boys are also pul- ling every effort into their training. Hold this date open: Thauks- ff giving Day> October S. fr v 3.OOO.OOO Davis Cigars are made each month WHY? Because we have made good ctgars for over 70 years, and thcnmndf of smokers will smoke no other. So sure arc we of the quality of DAVIS' Cigars that we guarantee our merchandise to the dealers, on the money-back principle. The wprd "DAVIS" on a band 01 box of cigars is a guarantee of the iincst quality at the price paid. When you want a DAVIS cigar, see that you get one! S. DAVIS .OX SONS af Cold blB J876. 389 Giants Look Good for Short End of World Series Money; Both Contenders Have Grit Ciiotte Eddll CIcottc, velerdn of Clarence Rowland's pitching staff, who Is look- ed ID as one of the men give Itio Giants L rouble starling Oct. Gill CJcoUe has perfected MIC "shine liall" rtellrcry this season. MAX CAREY AMONG THE BEST -7HF. MOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH 3tnEET. SOUTH LETHBfllDGE, ALTA. Pirate Catcher Can't Be Judged by Company He Keeps, A man can not nlvraya bc'Judgcd by the company lie keeps. Mm Corey, for Jnslnnce, Carey 13 with the worst team In or- ganized thu yet the fleet outfielder Js playing (hfl gaftc of his lire. Many fans consider Carey lo bo (he heat outfielder 1i Uie Notional league. Ho Is hllllne orcr .300 this year, and la the beat fly catcher and the best base runner In Iho league. Ho ranks wllli Hoiiaeh nnd Gron In the number of hits marte, and otily, Qroh and Burns hare scored more Jj not brid, when you consider that Carey is playing wllli a lull-end club lhat has not von 60 games yet Ihie year. Maxlmllhis CarnlriuB 16 Itic true nnmo of LLh Flrato -lie h a college man. anil ho vis preparing (or (ho ministry when he drilled lnlo" base- ball7 us a mtana of defraying- lite school expenses. He .became so euc.- costful on tlic diamond fhal he has been IcmporRrlly won awax from the pulpit, but ho expects Lo return lo II wlien his dfifs.flre nrftr. New York, Sept. Greb, PKlslmrg's pride in Iho middleweight division, has been knocking opponents stiff and has been defeating thecn on points vrllh Euch refrularily lhal he ion1 looms as the only possible oppon- ent ol class 'for Mllte' Gibbons. The great St. Paul boxer has whipped mosl tho others. He's so good a match wilh moat of those In his class doesn't sound a bit good to the vaerage jiro- moler, In Qreb, there Is a youlh who seems unbeatable. He has como along so fast of lato nnd seems lo be good thai it Is logical lor him to k on Hike. jeveral slabs at auch a match have been made -by Pittsburg anil other promoters, but it hasn't been made allractlTQ enough.yet for alike. Gib- bons Is growing ouL o[ the fight game lo'a certain partly because his brother Tom looks perfectly able Lo lake caro of Ihc family reputation, anil partly because Mike la reaching a point where he doesn't lo EC'. jeaily lo flghl. Kls business Interests 'have grown big and he be con- tenl to drop the ring game and take care of lliem exclusively. Bartfield Not Considered Seriously Promoters have been looking a long lime for some one lo send agalnsl Mike who would be uble to make It Interesting for the famous Irishman, but no one has appeared who looks the part. Soldier Barl.fleld's cries for mnlch haven't bevn seriously, for'lhe soldier can't bo considered In tiie sane breath with Gibbons, in spite of tho fact thai' he onco gained spiper decision over GIMx Mlho O'Dowd Ihlnks ho wanls a match with Gibbons and several promoters ire sftfd to have roa'dc tempting Coffers for Ihc mill, bill -11' la probable match never will bo Mike prac- taught O'Dowd everything the latter knows about fighting, and has a'cDllriienlal reasons for not wapllng to langlo with Ihc litest St. Paol sen- Gallon. All deductions bring the promoters faro lo faco with a malch Ihat will have B3 one of f the National league, arc played on he Polo grounds. There Is a very reach era us rlglit field wall on Ihe Pold grounds--one that it lakes an .pert to play. Joe Jackson has learn- ed Ihls walUarily well. The work ot Weaver, Risberg, Ed- die Collins and hacking up the ne pilchlnfi combination ilusscll, Fall or and Williams, IE the Balance lhat should turn the tide to- ward Chicago. Chicago's lefl-lianded baUmec, on the face of returns for the season, should shed no tears at stghl of Schupp, Dcnlon and Sallee, for they have been hammering- southpaws with almost as much consistency as they have Collins and Jack- son lioth swing from tho off side" of the plate, bul with great success. Hie other hand, Ieft-hamler3 have been remarkably successful against the Giants, which will lend power lo the Comlskey cause, due.lo the pos- session of two excellent port-side fling ers_ln and (Williams. TJIC White Soi have 'won almost I wo games from left-handers (or every one (hey liz.ve dropped Jrom that angle. And thlg fs In n league where Ihcy dlah up hurlers like Ruth and Leonard. Giants lost more games lo Klyrla. O., Sept Ibe most (reaklsh defeat handed A baae- ball team In this secllon occurred a Tew days ago, when the reorganized Westerns of this cily played the K. ot P. of Loraln. It happened In the ninth Inning, with the score -1 to 2 in favor of the Lorain (cam, with the Elyrla learn up or tho final bal. Men were on.fimt ud second, wllh two runs needed lo le the score, and three. George "Tuck, of the locals was at tai and hit n terrific liner "to left. The crowd started for home, satisfied that he seemingly home-run drive had won he game for the Elyrla learn by a to 2'score. But the crowd failed to reckon with a Jersey hovlnc far out la left field. The line drive ball iliuck Ihe protrad- g hips of the cow and deflected the left fielder. The la the meaulirae had taken their one of them strolling orar UM pi liter, ihc olher coming home, when like a, flash the ball was relayed to the sec- ond baseman, who lagged Tuck for the Ibird oul. The cow defeated Iha Elyrla'Learn by a 4 lo 3 scora.. SCHALK SOX MAINSTAY ON RECEIVING END Ray Schalk, firsl airing calcher o{ Iho Chlcajo While Sox, will probably do the catching for the Sox In the coming world series with the Glanta. Schalk is considered by many base-. ball', crllics to be Ihe best backstop In Ihe American league. Accordloji lo the last official average Schalk 'ta batting .240. have, had -to contend mainly Philadelphia, Clnclnall with I Ot the three, Philadelphia te (he only one- serlouely considered, tor tho Giants have hid little trouble wllh Lhe others on Ihe season's Blay. Xono ol Ihe three can bo considered so strong 'Boston, Clevelant) and De- Irolt. John McGraw haa-an excellent alaff of National Uaeuo pitchers, Clarence Ilowland hne an excellenl Elaff ot American Icaguu pUchers.' JlcOraw's hlllcrs have punished strong National league men have doled, out almost the same dose (o powerful American league pitching. The difference must be more made up In Uie difference between the- leagues. CIcoltc, Faber, Russel anil Williams overbalance Sr.nupn, Denton, Salleo and Perrlll, will) Iho possible 'ciccp- of Pcrrllt. Holland's catching start (5 far 'abend of tho 01 an even wllh Iho heavy hilling McCnriy back In the Itnoup. Rowland's outfield will do a good. but.probably will be un- der Ihc McOraw staridtrd. Rowland's Infield will ouffielil the Giants' Inflcld. There la on? feature of Ihe'oulflcldlng, thai, while II ap- pears trivial, probably will Same- thing to do with (ho final result. Qlanti on F.ftld, The Ufan's aro gQlnc (i piny on an abaolutcly slrange fleld wht'n Ihoy Help is Close at Hand Whenever you" need the prompt as- sistance of skilled auto-repair men i BO TO THE NEAREST PHONE TELL US WHERE YOU ARE AND SEEK THE SHADE OF THE NEAREST TREE UNTIL OUR TROUBLE CAR ROLLS WON'T BE LONG, 'OUR WORK SHOP IS ON A PAR WITH OUR EMERGENCY SERVICE. THY WHEN YOU NEED RELIABLE HE- PAIRS, REPLACEMENTS OH ADJUSTMENTS, MOTOR HOME OF'.THE SACK OF UNION BANK HOLMAN, I ;