Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
BASEBALL SCORES HERALD PAGE THREW .581 .198 I St. Louis Cops Two St Louis, Aug. St. Louis defcat- td Cleveland twice today 5 to 4 and to 1, and moved into a'tie with De- troit for fourth place, four and a half tamos behind the leaders. St Louis played an uphill game In the first contest, overcoming a four run lead.' Bunohed hits off Klepfer did Beebe won for the locals in the Brooklyn 'hliadelphla. Boston York Chicago St. Pittsburg Cincinnati Eecond same which was called after BUCU11U SU1UO eight innings on account of darkness First Cleveland............-, j St. Louis.............. Bagby, Coveloskle and Daly; Haven port, Hamilton and. Severoid. Second Cleveland 1 St. Louis 1, Klepter, Beebe, Gould and 0 Nei and Daly; Groom, Plank and Severoid. NATIONAL M 67 51 47 47 42 42 .15 43 42 47 57 C2 56 67 .017 Giants Win Two New York, Aug. New iOIK, rtiis. feated St. Louis twice today, the cm. ants winning by 5 to 3 and 2'to 0 In llio first game Sallee. the former Car- dinal hurler. relieving Anderson in the second inning with the. score a tie, per- mitted Ills former team-mates only tour hits in the second game. Tesreau held the visitors to two hits in a sev- en inning game. Commenting on the recent Welsh Leonard bout a critic in the Now York Times writes as follows: "Freddie Welsh did more than whip Benny Leonard in Brooklyn the other night. .MI He paved the way for a brand new .570 fortune, one that is bound to come his way, because every promoter in tho country wants his services. His amaz- !431 Ing performances has made him an at-j, traction all over again. Many thought j ''tSS that the little Welshman had come to] end of his rope. Leonard had; beaten him so easily before thai the! .w York do-'chances of Welsh being In there at A new foil starched light weight tape smarter than a soft collar TOOKE (COXTINUHI) FKOM FlIOST 1'ACK) Sci'Bt. Gobollo given a' place at tlin power Sel'fct. (.iobellc's case lias liocn rc- roivin- tlic atlonlion of the city au- thorities over since his return to the city. Soret Gobellc when he return- ml was apparently physically unlit for any heavy work, lie was employ- tiic public worts department a I Adams' I'a''k and his case is still From the above we. estimated the attention of the com cost of a plant for i.c-thbridsc having j in reply to the question a pin-icily of three million gallons. atUs-to his being employed al house. 1 lies to state that i: Levels were taken and ticro called for and received which show the cost to be and respectively. It is pro- posed to flna.ico the bnlldins of this house. 1 lies to state that a class certificate does not qiialifya man lor an engineer's position at the power house even should there be a-.i open- ing Other positions there ar'j all illled by old employees and married men. It is true that some of them do not subscribe to the Patriotic fund but it must be remembered that the COLLARS-NOTE THE NEW PRICE 15c. EACH 2for30cts. 6 tor 90 CM. HJorSUS. Hh.ll. Pnlml. A to. Int. mum, St. Louis New York.......... Meadows and Gonzales; Anderson, Sallee and Raridcn. Second St. Louis New York............. Watson and Snyder; Tesreau and naridcn Cleans Up Chicago Brooklyn, Aug. um, .-amis this time seem exceedingly slim. Leonard had been groomed to the point of perfection. His friends bet their money that he would flatten the king of the light-j realm and they didn't ask a' million for one. either. They were dumbfounded when they saw the old man' thrash the youthful pretender. 2 When it was all over many of Leon- 2 lard's most ardent admirers said that his chances of ever plant it 'approved by tho ratepayer taxes, in this way the interest 01 Admitted the best quality and test fitting in Canada iind electric light and power exceeds my estimates, and I hope next, year to get the full benefit of changes made of now being made. I note in a letter by Mr. Lowther In your issue of the llth that he sug- gests that by making the present water galleries deeper that plenty of water would be obtained. I beg to say that tho present galleries were put down to blue clay intermixed with "ravel so that to deeper would plve no additional flow of water. There was plenty of water from this sys- tem until the gravel and sand got filled up with sediment: Yours truly, M. FREEMAN, Commissioner Public UUllttHi picBKuiu iana as expectcs all these games, it system of puiniw .11 n is one to the flitted by. That may be true, illtoresting game of lawn would have to he niamtain- nam. tmorlt Hmt wish to "Welsh is a master of nngcraft and. -s UllforUlnatoly Mcllvenli and Tho idea of locating the 1 h nt The business of this de- there isn't a thing about Donald ulng I ._ den. ot iitilia- lhrottled for lack ,tvlo that he doesn't know now. Hie, were got inK it at some future'time in conjnnc-, paitment ,e. chances are that if they f.ght again to ho 8'Leu _ I mt chances are that if they fight again greai for them Welsh will make him look like a pro-. fcomB liminary-hoy. Welsh studies a nians: F( actions in the ring and, once J itj. two players will he never forgets j and it wiil be j pnninnr- narlment is iieins nuui.in.-ii II of funds to take care of necessary ex- was submitted in 1915 for ?s i if to me to be absurd. Hi by eliminating silt'and mud from th insier uucumua That has been i battle royal when the games of a lioublo-headcr LHIUilffll ll the system and then liave o no make account funds, and I have Lucky Scott's defeat at tho hands of ciirrGiii itumut other funds wherewith to make these Remlrix Archer; Dell aud Mey Scott and Schalk. No other games scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 3, Minneapolis 4. Columbus 3, Milwaukee 2. Louisville St. Paul 2. Toledo 1, Kansas City 2. INTERNATIONAL Montreal 2, Providence 3. First Toronto 3, Richmond 11. Seconi Toronto 3, Richmond 4. PACIFIC COAST Los Angeles 7; San Francisco Portland 1, Vernon 3. Oakland 4, Salt Lake 4. Duluth 0. Superior 3. irs. Second :hicago................ 1 I Brooklyn......... 1 s Vaughn, Seaton, Packard and Wil- ;on; Marquard and Meyers. Divide Double Header Boston, Aug. winning the first game today 2 .to to the Braves in the second 1 to 4. Miller held Boston to one hit up to the ninth inning. In the opening .contest Tyler in the second game, allowed two hits up to the ninth inning. An error by Smith in that Inning allowed the visitors their only score: First Pittsburg........... 2 u 2 Boston 1 Miller and -Fischer; Barnes and Blackburn and Rice... Blackburn. ind paTrioy" upset the expected finish to the single competition, and opens up. engineering the competition again. only two Now for the lilt; T losses to his standing, Fairley is still in the running, and will be until he Cincl's Win One won'thrnnaTsamfhere today 3 loses "his third same, in although the Phillies almost pulled the the cup goes to of the fire by a ninth nine rally. Cincinnati PI 10 9 IllKiiietiMiiii........... I Moseley, Knetzer and Clarke; Rixey, tie games. McQuillan' and Killifer. all players are lecmestcd to be on hand at 7 o'clock sharp 1C engaged in any when the high pressure is put on for tire inn-poses that the public works de- partment staff is called upon to repair the damage to the. mains. The cost of this work would alone pay the cost of money to buy and operate a fire motor pumping A NORTHWESTERN Spokane 3, Great Falls 7. Vancouver 5, Butte 7. Seattle 0, Tacoma S. VERNON CATCHER TO DETROIT Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. '.Spenceri catcher for the for expenditures not provided for. Invp, since been forced to increase this to ?9000. I cannot and do not wish to' continue doing this as the provincial eovernment have to approve of all ho-ul issues and may not an- nrove of expenditures made in this Consequently I am shortly ing an extra boiler in service t the fu.te exe tms utnity P andV the same Ume themselves a serious light- muscle free W. G. R- summer gar-' ments are cool and comfort- able. Standing, running or sitting, you enjoy a delightful sense of bodily freedom that can only come from loose-fitting garments well made. KLOSED KROTCH UNDERWEAR With or without webbing. 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