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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 1010. THE LKTHBniDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE battery, Lewis and Lewis, proved the undoing of the Kilties. They couldn't connect with I'itcher slants for more than aim tally. Card pitched tor the soldiers and the Hay-j is and Lewis. innings: KiltiC'i Tabor liattorics: Card anil Regan: Lew- BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston York Chicago fit. Louis Pittsburg Cincinnati liO 53 51 45 40 34 .40 58 a I til. .570 .554 .505 .475 .487 .1211 .390 Cubs Turn Tables New York, Aug. turned the tables on New York today, the Cubs taking the second game oC the series 6 to 2. The visitors knocked Tesereau. out of the box in the sec- ond inning. Lavender held New York 'to four scattered hits. Chicago 7 4 Kew York............ 4 3 Lavender and Wilson; Tesereau, Anderson and Rariden. Seven Straight Brooklyn, Aug. made it aeven straight today by taking the second game of the Pittsburg series 2 to 0. Johnston scored the iirst run when he singled, ran all the way to third on Daubert's sacrifice which drew Bii'k away from that base and continued home oil Hinchman's wild throw. Olsen's single, and Smith's triple accounted tor the other run. iPittsblirg 0 50 Brooklyn.............. S 11 Harlman, Jacobs and Schiuiflt; Smith McCar.ty. Wildness Wai Costly Philadelphia, Aug. 4. Meadow's m-ildness proved costly in todays game and Philadelphia defeated St. Louis 3 to 1." Two men, to whom Mead- ows gave bases on balls In the third inning scored and' a wild by JMeadbws-figured in the home team's ether run. Only oiie of the' visit- ors got past second, base..... St. Louis............ 1 4 1 Philadelphia.......... 3 S 0 Meadows, .iusper and Gonzales; Klxey ami Kilmer. BoiVtin Wins Boston, Aug. won from Cincinnati 5 to 2. A wild throw by Knetzer and a passed ball by AVingo netted Boston two easy runs. Evers out of the Braves' line-up for .a days' rest, Fitzpatrick playing second. Cincinnati 2 8 5 -Boston v........... 5 10 H Knetzer, Schulz and Wingo; Rod- ciph and Blackburn. AMERICAN Boston Chicago Cleveland New York Detroit Washington St. Louis Philadelphia 50 51 13 41 44 48 4S 71) Dorit SCOUR Your Teeth TTSE a paste that w cleans and polishes in a natiiral way-get Mennen's. Mermen's Is free from grit and all injurious substances. It Uiorr cughly cletAs the and re- moves stains and tartar. And then, there is the fresh cool after-tiste that is so agreeable compared the "druggy" tlcitrytasteofsomariydentifriccs. Mennen'swith its zip and tang is the man's fnvorite. .Sold by Drujtiats. ff uncble to ,3obtain it tend lOc. Twill Mnd you eontiining; enouzh to enable you id five this Dentifrice tri.l. Write todiy. Selllnjt'AICDU HAROLD P. RITCHIE ft CO. LIMITED 10L McCiulStrtct Toronto f Chicagos Arc Stopped Chicago, Ahg. FTar broke Chicago's winning streak todaj when he held the locals safe while the Sox hurlers were wild and inef- fective, Washington winning the second game of the double header S to 3. Chicago won the first game 3 to 2, it being the ninth straight victory. First Washington 2 5 1 Chicago................ 5 Johnson and Ainsmith; Faber, Ben? and Schalk. Second Washington............ S 14 Chicago.................3 S. Harper ilendry; C. Williams, Benz, Russell, Cicotte, Danforth and Schalk. Error Gives Cleveland Game Cleveland, Aug. jug- gling of a thrown ball gave Cleve land the chance to .score three ad- ditional rims in the'.sccoud inning and defeat Philadelphia 5 to '2. Sheehan re- tired at the end ol that inning, hut Williams, who replaced him fective. waa hit Jiar-d by Philadelphia but his support held him out of danger. Philadelphia.......... 2 9 1 Cleveland...... a 11.' 1 Sheehan, Williams, and ynicy; Beebe and O'Neill. Tigers Defeat Ysnks "Detroit; erratic con- test New York Was beaten by, tlio Tigers today 5 to 2.' It was. the eighth defeat for the' easterners. Shawkey pitched a beautiful game, but two wild throws by himself, and one by Baumann cost him five tal- lies. Dubuc, like Shawkey, pitched well and fielded badly. He was forced to retire at the end of the eighth, the intftiisp. heat overpowering him. Artie Hoffman, of the old Chicago Cubs made his debut with the Yanks and got two hits besides stealing a base. An unassisted double play, by Vitt was the big feature of the fray. New York............ 2 4, H Detroit 5 7 2 Shawkey and Nimamaker; Dubuc, Boland and-Stanage. Another for St. Louis St. Louis, Aug. allowed Boston only two hits one of them a home run, by Gainer and St, Lobis tied Washington for sixth place .by winning today's game 5 to 1. It was St. Louis' .Hth straight victory. Boston 1 2 1 St. Louis G 10 3 Kiith. Gregg and Cady; Plank and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION, Louisville 7; Toledo 1. -Indianapolis, 9: Columbus 3. Milwaukee 1; Kansas City S. Paul, (rain.) KILTIES FELL BEFORE TABER_BATTERY BY 5-1 Taller it over tlic Lc-lhlii'iclse rnond lad mil up a Imiml or Wlglllamlore' baseball siiuncl on the] stuff but not nuaatii lo bent a (mot Tabor vard last evening by a scorej team an umpire who was bllnil of 0 to" 1. It was ail iiiioxpocted in lila Tabcr eye. His Umps coiildii t feat for the boys from Siircee when SCO iinytliliiR Hie way the Mlllos tlievbvent down to Hie milling cump would liuve him ace ii, and of course secure1 In the toilet that tliey would mil licsun wasn't plwiscd. However home the bacon. But a broth-1 It was a gooil name. Hie srarc u> INTERNATIONAL Newark 1; Providence 2. Baltimore 7; Richmond S. Montreal 9; Rochester 2. Buffalo, 10; Toronto 2.- 78TH-113TH On Monday evening Jlioro will be staged in LctlibrfdgeIhc; first ull-sul- diur bafcebal) game in Hm history of the city. Tiie 7-Slli buttury is anx- ious to try conclusions v.'illi tin; UStJi LliKliianticrfi team and Lieut. AstiuiUi has arranged for tin; guniu. The Mattery lias now 45 men 011 the roll from whom a good ran be pick- yd. They have 12TH, 1916, Send tor Calendar and full information to REV N. D. T f Assfnljiijla'Hail, .Edmonton South, Alberta, 'fh X f ;