Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX UP PATHER SATUnOAY. AUGUST 7, 1920 TABER VS. CALLIES ADAMSBARK Al sRbtes Take First Game of Colonial Series From Miners You'll Have No Tempting That Hqt .Weather Apprlite .If You Eat Here You'll Like Our Menu and Our Service SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth Ave.-ahd Fifth at I spoiled the performance, however, by' I contributing nine errors." I .Mulholland-and Zubach are leading j stickers for the cup scries- la-dale.-, jtloth had three hits out of firs times up. Each had a hit presented to him by poor judgment oil ilia part-of'the inticlders. .Yulholland also Bent-a hot one to J. Seaman which he knocked down arid coutdn't'recover iu time lo catch the runner. Game Pieased' Good Ihe last same and had lo have a sub- CiOttd of I .ins Vqungstcrs run whenever he was Slarltd .Well for Baseball Ths Miners.did not.scsre until the tilth innings.- They got- two nisi across tiie home .plate. J. Seaman started by dropping one in Duns- worlh's'slove.- and Bac'edi singled, fin The Miners earned the only run of the same. Kvcry Rote run came os the result of an error.' Out of fiile Cii hits not one was for (-tip. la a jarne with us thrilling inn extra base. Major Minors Results arid League NATIONAL LEAGUED" uoald desire (o witness ally stealing second.. 7be l.iles, last uiglit rfiminr.tud Ihe i Zubacii followed :wiib and J.! i 1 U6 base Brooklyri Xew York fclivri irom ine loioniai Cup tat Pjrk u score Tto Mo Cncesc 'fa- liic youngsters and gol.out of of-bad boles. He was given his team males..." only series 1 Valr ''it a fielder's choice. Chumick ____ of siiiwjs hy'a pitched ball and Hull Rlupath delivered followed with another fielder's choice. A. Seaman, struck oat for the third out. struck out for the firal oul Baceda "robbed Gordie Morrison of a hit in the fourth when be made a or.e-hand catch Awhile he.. was: ning backward.' pMnaeo i Boston mg was the hog-wild si. Louis i Philadelphia-' .Woo. 5S 54 53 51 Lost 44 42 AS' 54 50 'Manager Ed. Kennedy of the Colum- bus Clnb is taking Sunday off and with.his trusty gas-wagun lie is .go- j-.u. !nS to go seriously about the tasli 555 of gathering together an aggregation ".563 ot 'ossers that will, put a deut in the hopes of Ihe Bankers of getting into the Colonial Cup finals. Jackson .457 ____ 58 .402 janaking two errors against tbe.JIiners'i'" llie ninth for the Holes. Young got ain-1 Bpth teams collected eight! safeiTvlie'n Steve 'Seamnu made a wild lit' j throw of a grounder that went down The Roles seem to have their error] column Iwo. Rolwer] mussed up Huff's !ed up-t-ro gronnders both" off', ;J. A 's bat. Bat there VasTsorao ex-1 U" tb? f6TI for him as" he'was plaj-ing with s i lez as a rr-nnit nf hi. Sf- here a bad lej as a result of his crash with Sravei Take Another- BOSTON, seven-mn ral- 'inning gave tha second: straight win over re today t 7 12 2 half _. Xor The Hoks wr-re only able to put'i the ball to the Infold in ths first and Looking- Dangerous cay J on first two-put oiUslbf- AlfairsVfoK'the Miners "started' off Discredit .as if they might yet, change -the re- Rotes Start 'suit of tho'same half of the Seaman a i he'hit bmi wilh a pitched singled and Znbach v Tie rotarians in the second woke and found Steie for three h'its.but did no1 get a man across the -plate Haced.-i Jliclpatb Tambor and Fralick made! getling.-sare .when too- many i Eingl-s ilarms Ihls innings an'diwHen I went the ball.- vilr filled! lonag went out the bases were full bases when ho got safe on a field- r. inn Olilp.'-' ''r'K fllflipA- it' ll I nt, t 11 lad j splendid chance to put _Iiis team away to a good chance and a few fouls lie groanded a slow one tJ nho threw him out at with easa and necked the onDor- tunuj choice; ilhich 'llid'palh threw to third without catching Seaman. Chu- mick struck out hjt a field- er's choice. -.'nidrVatb' stopped at the plate anil ended the game. Steve Seaman leads ilidpath in the To Fight It Out the u-st I TO tatters td lu The inunes Hie Rotamns inTthey came S ire, m e third c'oS 1 St." Louis... f Boston I Duak. Kirscher and Ciemons: Scott i and O'Neill. .01 V, Ciney'Winston Errors 3i i PHILADELPHIA.- Auf. 6. -'Foor neldtog, due -toj weather conditions; played a large'.paft' In Cincinnati's 8 to 2 victory over Philadelphia today .Score: i Cincinnati i i Ring and Smith. .Beits; i fenzeniann :Bnd: lVtest.i.1 NEW YORK, 'ing. "'York won both e-'nds'of ai'doiible' .header r Chicago today, by a score of 5 to 2 atfl thfef feecbhd .6 to 2 Scores: j .._ 2 r, J i j Aleionder, Carter. Bailey and Kllll- 1 Smith; Snyder.; Second 5'. Y-. 31 York....... G 1 Tyler, Jones Snyder. :pittsburr-Brootclyn.T-ain. of COaidale'will bq his pitching ace .unless he'can prevail on Damon Nobte to linde'rtalse "the job'. The game'is scheduled for Monday at 6.30 at Ecfc- storni Park. .The 'will send Wieiler! Ihelr spllball phe'nom. sgainsl "the C. C.'s in Iho hope ot winning so that s'ame'may 'be a repetition of the old Rotes vs. Bankers. Wieder is working out daily trying lo his conlrol and get his spitter breaking where he'wants it. Should the. liotes ami -Ihe Uahiers go Inlo'the finals it will be AVieder vs. Mulhollancl -on the hump, and a pretty hattlo will ensue Mulhollancl will have had a good rest lu Ihe .meantime and hopes to he able to pitch a shutout on the next occa- fun il-n El i e single and ..uiaiuing a life on Morrison, ib beaman failed lo 2b. a giojiider Morrison ground- i lo thin1 and nt out at first, Mul- ioHj-d to third and Sang :oing (o where bo finally died hit a fielders choice and the lan running for Mrlrjolliind came ionic nulled an error on vllnort and Tambor siuslerl. Duns'- 'oilowod with a single and mod (in Second Iho ball had teen Inrown'frora Huff to Xubach rove int thirij and 3aceda on second 'J-hut ended (be 8-orlng for the Ilo I fsnans unlil the ninth innhigs. nWlialh, p. Tambor, as. Uunsworlh, cf. 1'ralick, if. 3 1 0 o a Star r Dunsnorth playing centre field Jnd was righ> eu thj-Job to pcrfec- lion Two long Jills were, to fciro to- which he did not have to ?r.bllt l'le no garncr- la he had lo hnl c a long dasri ror U. and nenrly fell hut got tne ball __ wilnolland receded an injury tn MINK us i..J.' 3s. Vair, Ib. Chumlck, cf. A. Seamen. If. Choluck. rf. S. Seaman, p. J. Seaman, 3b JJacc'Ja. 2b. 6 8 27 H 2 H. II. I'Q. A. E. 36 3 8 27 19 0 bcpre by innings: R H K nolitrimiB '00( 000 s' 2 Miners, f'OO 020 S 9 baeea, Young for Jackson for Ilohwer oul by Seaman s, by Jiidpalh C; Vies" balls ol( Riilpath 2; lilt by pitcher, iCiimnlck au.il.A.iiesman by nidnalh' "Miners'1; first'base on notafians fc.Mincn 2; passed ball, Sang bases, Holes 6. 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