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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATtmnAY. AUGUST 11, 1A17 THE LETHBBIDGE MAILT tlKRALP ""'H' '1 i i 1 i � i, i i -�. ii, � i PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM anus Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Now York .. . .. or, :u .fiTft Philadelphia ,. . .. 50 45 .520 50 .51!) Cincinnati .. . .. S7 5!i .518 Chicago...... 52 52 .500 Brooklyn .. .. 4(1 52 . .485 Boston ��. .. . .. 42 ' C,4 .::9fi �3 0 2 4 0 and Phillies Lost Pittsburg, Aug. 10. - Philadelphia lost to Pittsburg today 1 to 0. A sacrifice hit and a single following one ot Pugcy's errors scored the only run of the game. Cooper tightened when men were on bases. Philadelphia .. ..000 000 000-0 Pittsburg......000 000 lOx-1 Ilixey and Kiiiifer; Cooper Sell in Id t. Clncys Cop One Cincinnati, Ohio, August 10. - Cincinnati hammered Rudolph hard and tho locals won today's game from Boston 7 to 0. Mitchell pitched line ball and also carried oft the batting honors q( the day. }!oston.......000 000 000-0 5 2 Cincinnati.....003 211 OOx-7 12 0 Rudolph, Allen, Uagait and Trages-Bor; Mitchell and Wlngo. Triple Hii Wins Chicago, Aug. 10.-Woltnr'a triple broke up an 11-lnning gamo today and gave Chicago a 5 to 4 victory over Brooklyn and also llfth place. Hcndrix singled in tho 11th and was forced by Flack. AVolter followed with a drive to tho left field fonco and ended tho game. Brooklyn .. ..000 200 110 00-� 8 2 Chicago.....001 100 020 01-5 11 1 Proffer and Miller, M. Wheat; Hendrix and Dillioefor. Third Straight St.. Louis, Aug. 10.-Ragged fielding behind Packard and Horstman who wore hit frequently enabled New York to take the third ntraight game from St. LouIh today. The score was 7 to 4, only ono of tho visitors runs was earned. Now York......112 000 300-7 12 0 St. Louis......200 100 010-1 12 7 Ronton and HnrlUen, Gibson; Packard, Horstman, May and Gonzales. AMERICAN* Chicago .. . Boston . . Cleveland .. Detroit .. Now Yorit . . Washington . Philadelphia St. Louis .. Won. Lost. P.C .. r,7 41 .(121 .. �:i 40 .'.;i2 ... 5!) 51 .53� 51 .519 .. 5:i 51 .510 ... 47 57 .452 ... :;o 02 .:i8G ... 31! G8 .327 FOR WEEK OF BALL INTERNATIONAL Rochester 0; Richmond 10. Montreal 4; Providence 5. PACIFIC COAST COAST STANDING San Francisco .... 74 55 Iios Angeles..... ti(5 Salt Lake...... 63 Oakland....... 63 Portland........ 57 Vernon ........ 05 San Francisco 1; Vernon 5 J.os Angeles 4; Oakland 5. Salt Lake 3; Portland 13. .574 .520 .512 .489 .471 .433 Fourteen Innings New York, Aug. 10.-Cleveland won from New York here today in the 14th inning by a score of S to 7. Elmer Smith won tho game with a home run drive into the right, Hold stand. The visitors waged a plucky tight after New York hammered out six runs in tho first inning. Coveloskio pitched the last seven innings for Cleveland. The indefinite suspension of Manager Donovan of Now York was lifted today. Cleveland .. .100 112 200 000 01-S 16 2 New York . .600 000 100 000 00-7 13 2 Klepfer. Gould, Coveleskie and O'Neill; Mogridge, Shawkey and Walters, Nunamaker. Senators Win - Washington, Aug. 10.-Johnson held Chicago to one hit today and Washington won 4 to 1. Johnson had a per feet day at bat, getting a single and two doubles off Fabor, and scoring two runs. Chicago .. ..'...000 000 001-1 1 2 Washington .. . .002 020 OOx-4 7 0 Fabor and Schalk; Johnson and Ain-smith. Athletics Strong Philadelphia, Aug. 10.-Noyes pitched splendid ball today that not a St. Louis runner got past second base, and Philadelphia won 7 to 0. Rogers was effective until the seventh inning, wlKn ho was taken out with tho bases filled and no ono out. , St. Louis......000 000 000-0 4 0 Philadelphia .. . .010 000 60x-7 9 0 Rogers, Koob, Martin, Hamilton and Soveroid; Myer and Schang, Boston Wins Both Boston, Aug. 10.-Boston won both ends of a doublo-hoader from Detroit today 5 to 4 and 5 to 1. In the first contest, in tho ninth inning, Roland walked three men and HoblRzel tripled and Hooper singled, four runs scoring. Foster outpitchod three Dotroit-ers in the second game. Detroit........031 000 000-4 Boston........000 010 004-5 Jamesj Boland and Spencer; and Thomas. Second game- Detroit.......100 000 000-1. 8 2 Boston........300 00110X-5 5 { Ehmke, Cunningham and Yelle; Fos ter, Mitchell and Agnew. 4 0 5 2 Ruth CADDOCK FAILS TO PA88 EXAM. WHITE SOX PLAYERS PASS EXAM Grandil, Felsch and Weaver Drafted, but Claim Exemption. Philadelphia, Aug. 10.-Three players of the Chicago Americans, subject to draft In the new national army, successfully passed tho physical examination here today, but claimed exemption on the ground of being married and having dependents. They were Gundll, first baseman; Felsch, centor-fleldor, and Weaver, third baseman. FATAL TRAIN WRECK Alexandria, Italy, Aug. 10.-Thirty-four persons were killed and 100 Injured Tuesday night In tho derailing of the Genoa-Milan express at Ar-ttuaU. Wrestler Found Physically Unfit for Military 8ervice. Des Moines, Iowa, August 10.- Earl Caddock, claimant of the heavy-woight wrestling championship of the world, was found unfit for military service by an examining board at Atlantic, Iowa, today. Caddock was ordered to report in two months for a further examination. Infected glands were the basis of the board's decision. Caddock was married a month ago. He claimed no exemption. NORWEGIAN SUNK An Atlantic Port, Aug. 10.-Tho Norwegian sailing ship Siraa which left Buenos Ayres Fell. 27, for Havre, was sunk by a Gorman submarine und her crew picked up und landed at Cadiz by a Spanish ship which also picked up the crew of tho Norwegian steamship Bonguela, previously reported to have been capturod by the submarine and put into use as a. U-boat sea base. On the same day the Spanish ship was stopped by a largo German submarine. The wireless was put out of commission beforo she was allowed to proceed. Definite word was received this morning from Manager Geddcs of the Magrath team, that they will be here for the first Stampede Week game on Monday evening at 6.15 at Eckstorm Park. For the first Saturday evening in a long time there will be no baseball game tonight. Lomond's inability to make the trip on account of the wet weather in that part of the country is tho reason for calling off the game. However things are shaping up for next week. It looks like Magrath for Monday night. On Wednesday night Taber will be the visitors. On Friday night the celebrated Vulcan team will make their bow. The Vulcan team has some of the best of the old Northwestern league on its roster. Just recently they have added Emory Webb, who has been pitching in Montana since the Northwestern broke up for the season. Webb had signed with the Handles team in the Spokane City league, but decided he would come with a lot more of his pals to the millionaire wheat towns of Southern Alberta. Carmangay or Champion will likely be secured for one of the remaining games of the week. Stavely may also be brought down. Raymond will fill in another date. By Monday it will be possible to give the complete lineup of the week of baseball. Rutledge, the big lefthander, was in the city yesterday and says he will be ready to do his share. He says his crops are getting greener instead of more ripe since the recent rains, and he will be only too pleased to help the locals out. Other pitchers will be secured for the week here when necessary. Sport Summary Buck Weaver, third baseman for Chicago Americans, and Armondo Marsans of the New York Americans, both were Injured yesterday. Weaver received a broken finger and Marsans a broken leg. Miss Detroit II., owned by the Detroit Boat club, won the Thousand Islanda Yacht club gold challenge cup at Alexandria bay yesterday. Walter Hayes and Samuel Hardy, both of Chicago, will meet at Kansas City today in the finals of the Missouri Valley patriotic tennis tournament. Kenneth Dickinson of Apleton, Wis., and A. A. Jonas, of Milwaukee, will meet at Milwaukee today for the Wisconsin state golf championship. Dickinson defeated Harris Hadfield of Milwaukee, and Jonas triumphed .over Callen of Kenonha in the semi-finals yesterday. Fred J. Wright, Jr., of Alber-marle club cf Boston, won the western junior amateur golf championship by defeating R. .Allen Halght of Massapequa club of Long Island at Exmoor club grounds, Chicago, yesterday. Five up and four to play. F. W. Dickerson, president of the western league, at Lincoln yesterday, denied that the league would be closed down before the end of its playing schedule. He said, however, that changes in the cities in the league might be expected next year and Indicated that either Rock Island, Mollne or Davenport would be admitted to the circuit. Young Al Ross is working out every afternoon at three o'clock in the Y.M.C.A. for his bout here next Thursday morning with the Norway Boy. He Is leaving nothing to chance, for while he doesn't fear the ring generalship of the Manyberries man he expects the bout to be a hammer and tongs affair if all the reports of the Norway Boy's staying powers are true. And the Norway Boy has a wallop. He is a natural mixer who .isn't afraid of anything that ever stepped into the ring. Norway Boy will be in the city on Monday ready to finish his training for the bout. His appearance in the ring here will be ' signal for the attendance at the stampede of hundreds from the Manyberries branch,; where he i3 a great favorite. Ross will weigh between 165 and 170 when he steps into the ring, but at that Norway Boy will have about 15 pounds on him. Ross hasn't had a battle since the , last lime he mixed it with Durable Ike Cohen. There is more than a likelihood that Clonie Tait, Canadian lightweight champion, will be in the city during the stampede. He is coming back to see old friends who were rjood to him on his visit here last spring when he was looking for something with class to tangle with. NOBLEMEN CIGARS "Made for those who want the best." NOW SOLD IN THREE: SIZES % Supcriorcs- 2 Invincibles- lor Coronas- 25c. 6. DAVIS ness in a few.months. After the.first operation he returned, to,the ring and fought and defeate Up to the time USELESS. "This seems to be a very dangerous proclpice," remarked the tourist. "I wonder that thQy have not put up a warning-board!" "Yes," unswered the guide, "it Is dangerous. They kept a warning board up for two years, but no one fell over, so it was taken down." - Harper's Magazine. You spilled your tears In sympathy. But just this onco, We will forgivo you Because you believe in Patriotism and production, And wo haven't had To turn the hoso Do You Want An Extra Tire? We wo a few tires of different sizes on which we can save you money and will give you good service. This is not a price cutting proposition. \ i While in town at the Stampede it will pay you to sec these tires. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgn, ;