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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1917 THE LETHnHlDGF, DAILY JTEBALD PAGE THREE -- �! � "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus HAH-H*H-J4f\VV.'. ^ POKE ? * HEARD THAT WWtoTS LIVED TO DE A HUNDRED VEARt) OLD DID You WAKE. ME OP TO TELL me that? NORWAY BOY ARRIVES Won't Work Out in Public -*- -:- -:�- Backers Ready to Raise Roof Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. Now York...... G7 Philadelphia .. ... a'.i St. Louis ...... at! Cincinnati .... .. f>0 Chicago........ fin Brooklyn...... 50 Uoston........ 43 Pittsburg .... .. 31 45 51! 55 52 51 65 67 P.C. .1170 .541 .519 .518 .514 .481 .31)8 .337 Broke Even Now York, Aug. 13.-New York, and Brooklyn broke even in the first of a serios of three double .headers here today the Giants winning the first game -1 to 3 and Brooklyn evening up by taking the second 2 to ]. New York won the first game by bunching Blx of their hits off Smith in the fourth and fifth innings. Cheney pitched great ball for Lirooklyn in the second game, allowing only five hits, �while 30 men faced him. Brooklyn scored the winning run on a snuff at the plato by Catcher Gibson. First gamo- Brooklyn ..... 020 001 0U0-3 !) 1 New York .. . . 000 220 00x-4 10 1. Smith and Kruegcr; Salleo and Rariden. Second game- Brooklyn ..... 010 100 000-2 9 0 New York .. .. 000 100 000-1 5 1 Cheney and Miller; Perritt, H. Anderson and Gibson, Rariden. Bender Was Class Boston, Aug. 13.-Bender clearly outpitched Barnes in a pitcher's battle hero today, Philadelphia winning from Boston 3 to 0. Evers was given n travelling bag by monitors of the winter loaguo and a huge basket of American beauty roses by the Boston management and players. Philadelphia ... 000 000 201-3 5 0 Boston...... 000 000 000-0 4 3 Bender and Killifer; Barnes and Tragresser, Rico. Daring Base Running Chicago, Aug. 13.-Daring baso running, coupled with bunched hits, enabled Chicago to make it two straight from Pittsburg today, 7 to 3. Hendrix was hit hard throughout the gamo, but tightened up Jn the pinches. Pittsburg .. .. 000 200 100-3 12 2 Chicago...... 102 001 SOX-7 8 1 Steolo, Grimes and Schmidt; Hen-drix and Dilhoefor. Defeated in Twelfth St. Louis, Aug. 13.-St. Louis defeated Cincinnati In the twelfth Inning today (! to 5. Chase drove in four of tho visitors' runs and scored tho other one. Cincinnati .. 201 020 000 000-5 11 1 Ct. Louis .. 100 040 000 001-6 15 1 neither, Mitchell and Wingo; Meadows, Ames and Snyder. AMERICAN Won Lost Chicago........ 68 Boston........ 65 Cloveland..... 60 Detroit........ 58 New York...... 53 Washington ..... 49 Philadelphia..... 39 St. Louis....... 35 42 41 52 53 57 64 71 P.C, .618 .613 .536 .523 .500 .462 .379 .330 ASSOCIATION Louisville C, Tolodo 7. Louisville 10, Tolodo 3. Called ond of fifth, darkness. Kansas City 8, Milwaukee 3. Kansas City 3, Milwaukee 9. St. Paul 6, Minneapolis 7. / Senators Won First Washington, Aug. 13,-Washington won tho first game of the series from Now York today U to 5. Fisher and Shocker were hit hard and gotspoor support. New York . . .. 001 300 100-5 9 3 Washington .... 410 400 OOx-9 13 2 Fisher, Cullop and Nunamaker; Harper, Dumont and Henry. Easy for Boston Philadelphia, Aug. 13.--Boston had an easy time defeating Philadelphia today, the score being 5 to 1. Krrors gave the visitors their first two runs and a batting rally in the sixth inning gave them tho others. Boston...... 011 003 000-5 7 0 Philadelphia ... 000 000 001-1 6 3 Leonard and Thomas; Meyers, Anderson and Seining, Meyers. Divided Double Header Detroit, Aug. 13.-St. Louis and Detroit divided a double header today, the visitors winning the first game 10 to 5 and the home team taking tho second game 7 to (i. Boland's wildnos3 and C. Jones unsteadiness were responsible for St. Louis" victory in tho first game. Timely hitting gnvo Detroit the second game. First game- St. Louis . . 1. 321 020-110-10 13 0 Detroit...... 000 000 500-5 12 1 Koob, Groom and Soveroid; Boland, Cunningham and Spencer, Yelle. Second gamo- St. Louis..... 300 002 010-B 9 0 Detroit...... 103 030 OOx-7 7 1 Martin and Severoid; Coveleskle, James, Boland and Spencer. Chicago-Cleveland called off. Rutledge Will Occupy Mound- Turin Thursday and Vulcan Friday The next big ball game of the season will find Taber here on Wednesday evening for the first stampede game which will be played at 6.15 at Eckstorm park. On Thursday evening Turin will be the contenders. On Friday evening Vulcan dWill.. make its bow to the public- The locals are putting their strongest line-up in the field for these games, but especially against Vul- up enough runs on 12 hits and seven Magrath errors to win the game hand3 down. The game did not seem to bo well advertised and (.thero waB the small-; ost crowd of the season. Had it been j known that Lund would be on the mound it would have been a different j story. Lund is pitching the best ball: of his career. After the second inning Magrath never got the smell of j a hit. They were popping easy ones j to tho fielders. .On tho other hand, the locals chased Snow from the box after.he had performed five frames, allowing eight hits. Lang went in in the sixth, but in tho seventh tho locals pounded him for four hits, one being a home run by C. Gillis. It wnsn't really a ho,no run swat but he outguessed the fielders and by the time they got the ball back to tho diamond THU RSDAY MORNING at AUGUST 16th MAJESTIC THEATRE 10- Round Boxing Contest -10 Norway Boy GOOD PRELIMINARIES. DOOR OPEN AT 10. A.M. MAIN EVENT AT 11 A.M. Admission:  .i Ringside $2.50; $2.00, $1.50 and-$1.00. Seats on Sale at Alexandra Cigar 8tand; Alberta Buffet and Frank Hedley Drug Co. Mail and Phone Orders will receive prompt attention by Len 8. Brown. Phone 1722. Majestic Theatre. NOBLEMEN CIGARS "Made for those who want the best." NOW SOLD IN THREE SIZES : Superlores- 2 Invliicibles- for Coronas- 25c. S. DAVIS A SONS LIMITED. MONTREAL. Makers of good cigar* tor ovar 70 yman. 88} Winners of Gold Medals: Paris 1863, Philadelphia 1876, etc Do You Want An Extra Tire? We have 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. While in town at the Stampede it will pay you to see these tires. BAALIM MOTOR CO. .!v*l3fV HQME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN. M* ;