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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1917 THK LRTHIJniDCiE DAILY rfKBALH _iXJLL... I, II 111- I . *^**" ' I ,L_�-gl.ll-l-!___J_l-'..,j-L.....V., �rn. "BRINGING UP FATHER" PAGR TIIREB By G. McManus TOSSERS TRIM LOCALS 6-3 Webb's Pitching All (o (he Good -Lund Pitched Nice Hall For the Locals Big League Baseball NATIONAL New York .. Philadelphia St. .Louis ... Cincinnati .. Chicago .. . Brooklyn .. Boston .. .. Pittsburg .. Won. , 70 tiO �r> Lost. no. 17 5i-. i> o 4 JKcw York .. .. 100 001000-2 i> 2 Meadows, Packard ami Snyder; ~:Pcrritt and Gibson. Won Two Again Philadelphia, Auk. 17.-Philadelphia again won a double header from j.Pittsbnrg today, tlio scores being :', jtn 0 and 7 to :>. Jacobs was knocked 'off the rubber in tlio first game, while 'Bender was in woiidorfnl form and 'held his opponents to three singles. In the second game Carlson was hit '.hard in tho early innings, lii.xey cased up in the last two Innings. ; Pittsburg ..... 000 000 000-0 I? 2 7 0 Boston .. . Chicago . . Cleveland .. Detroit .. New York .. Washington , Philadelphia St Louis .. Won. Lost. P.C. .. US �12 .018 70 it .1117 01 r>r> .r,2i; r�s .:, l �:. r.-f .105 -,2 r.7 .177 11 c.r> .SS7 :;g 72 Boston Braves Sign Chief Meyers f Philadelphia ... ooo Oo:( oox-: ./acobs, Suittnlilt and Fisher .dm- and Killlfer. Second game- �Pittsburg..... 100 000 011- ?, Philadelphia____ 200 2:',0 oox-7 Carlson and Schmidt; Hixoy Adams. Chicago at Boston, postponed, rain. Cincinnati at llrooklyn, postponed, rain. Bcn- 7 2 and ac- INTERNATIONAL Montreal I, Richmond S. Provldencc-Hochester postponed count rain. Toronto-Baltimore, gumo to he played Saturday. Buffalo-Newark, game to be played Saturday. ASSOCIATION Indianapolis n, Minneapolis Indianapolis 1, Minneapolis Louisville 7, St. Paul 4. Columbus 4, Milwaukee 2. Toledo 'i, Kansas City 7. PACIFIC COAST Salt Lake 1, San Francfcco Los Angeles 12, Vernon Oakland Portland 8. BLESS THE COLLAR Tho minister was struggling to put on a new foiir-ply collar and tho perspiration was aturting from every pore. "IJIosb the collar! Oh, yes, hloss It! Bless the blessed collar!" "My dear," said tho wifo, "what is your text for this morning's sermon?" "The t-twonty-flvst verso f-litli-fll'tli Psalm," ho replied in short snspsi. "Tho w-words of his ni-niouth were s-siunother than b-uttor, but w-ar was In his h-hoait."-ICxcliango, Drops to Second Place Chicago, Aug. 17.-Chicago slipped down to second place in tlie pennant race today when it lost to Philadelphia il to 7, while Boston won from Cleveland. The game was nip and tuck from start to finish and was broken up in tlio twelfth inning by Connie Mack's recruit second baseman. (Irover, who tripled (o centre field fence, scoring Janiieson, viio hvl sir.r-i'l:.l. Grover counted on Bodie's single and clinched the victory. Chicago had several chances to win but Mack's strategy in ordering tho passing of men in two innings, when a hit would have ended the game, and a .sensational catch by Bodic of a long liner by Schalk, saved the game for Bush. Philadelphia .00.1 O.'ll 000 002-P 17 2 Chicago ... 120 002 002 000-7 1!! 2 Sehauer, Johnson, Bush and Seining. Scott, Danforlli, Falior and Schalk. Boston Won Cleveland, Aug. 17.- Mays outpitch-od Bagby and Boston won today 2 to 1. Boston bunched two hits with a sacrifice fly in tho first, and threo singles in tho third. Boston...... 102 000 000-.1 12 0 Cleveland . . . . 000 001 000-1 2 Mays and Agnew; Bagby and O'Neill. Senators Victorious Detroit, Aug. 17.-Washington won from Detroit il to (! today by a ninth inning rally in which they scored fou" runs. After Dauss. who had been hit, freely, had passed two men in tho ninth, Kliniko was sent in. The latter allowed threo singles, and those, with a wild pitch, gavo tho visitors more than enough runs to win. Washington .. . 010 101 021-it 10 2 Detroit...... 000 41 1 000-(i 10 2 Harper, Ayors, Duniont, Gallia and Ainsniith; ikuiss, lOhmko and Stallage. Broke Winning Streak St. Louis, Aug. 17.-After losing seven .straight games, New York defeated St. Louis today 4 to 1. The visitors got only one hit off Groom up to tho sixth v?icn tlioy scored three runs. New York got. Its other run in tho eighth when Peekinpaugli tripled and Pipp singled. New York .. .. 000 003 010-4 \ St. Louis...... 000 100 000-1 7 :' Shawkey and Walters; Groom, Roe crs and Sevcroid. Vulonn came, saw and conquer \1 in their baseball mutch with the Led-bridge team at Kckstorm park last night. The result of the score was ii to .'!. The crowd expected to sf>! Vulcan trim the locals even worse, and were unite satisfied. In fact, had (he locals hed a little break in (he luck in the first couple of innings it might easily have been another tale. The famous Webb was on the hill for Vulcan and he lived up to his reputation. I.othbridge garnered about two safeties off his delivery during (lie seven innings, and they came at a time when they were worth record-ng. Roger Lund pitched for Letli-ridge and he wasn't ladling out extra its ell her. Vulcan gathered six off delivery during the game. Vulcan scored two in the first. Iliger was wild and threw eight balls ii\ succession, filling the liases and forcing in a run. In (.lie third the viators added three more on a couple of ills and some boots. It tho fifth after Bond had struck otitic. Gillis pickled the first safety, a Texas leaguer over third. Lund got � life on a boot by Lapp. Lund stoliwhon the catcher's throw went, pastuecond, C. Gillis scoring on the play.l Schweitzer beat out a slow grainier, Lund going to third. Scliwfetzer stole. Dunswortii came up uu| poked out one of those timely Lund and Schweitzer sror-Uis forced Duns worth at sec-nen popped to Webb. Threo That ended the scoring for ;e. seventh Vulcan scored ;m-ihey got a man to third, and an on first, they pulled off steal. Lund lost his head to second, tho runner seor-linl. There were two men time so that Lethbridge might juslas well have saved the run, tho nfct man being an easy out. The VuliVi team wanted to remain today, but the locals 'oaldale should have the booked to them. Had d, Lethbridge would ers in tho box. Myers 1 season for Slavely. lie city yesterday and mained over for the can team goes to Cal-to tho tournament Butler of the Vulcans will cop as the Car-is been paid off for will not enter the who pitched for certain memorable mgay, played short A NEAT TURN WASTING TIME A farm hand had been working in tho fields from dawn till durlcnoss, day after day, finishing up his chores by lantern light. At the end of the month ho said to tho fanner; "I'm going to quit. You promised mo a steady job nf work." "Well, huvnu't you got one?" was the astonished reply. "No," said tho mini, "there are threo or four bourn every night that I don't have anything tr; do and fool my time way sleoping." An eminent lawyer was once cross-examining a very clever woman, mother of tho plaintiff hi a broach of promise suit, nmi was completely worsted in tho encounter of wits. Be-foro sitting down, however, he turned to tho jury and said: "You saw, gentlemon, that evnn I was but n child in this woman's hands. What must my client have boon?" By this adroit stroke of advocacy he turned his discomfiture into a victory. -Boston Transcript. CLEVER said Miss "1 wish to see a bonnet, Passoo, aged 40. "Por yourself, miss?" enquired Kroneh milliner. "Yes." "M.-.'.it, run cioivti stairs and got i�u lints for ladies between 18 and 25." Bonnet sold. Tonight's big ball game will be between the old rivals, Lethbridge and Coaldale. The game will start at 6.15 sharp. Johnston will likely be on the hill for the locals. He is a port sider. Just who will pitch for Coaldale is not known but it will posibly be either Cur-rie or Damon Noble. This v/ill be the fifth game of the week and it is expected that a big crowd will be on deck, now that the stampede is out of the way. It is possible that Myers, a former Stavely pitcher, may be in the city and pitch for the locals. i for the Vulcans last night. Tho score by innings. Vulcan........20.'! ooo I-C, Lethbridge......uoo 02.0 u-:; The Lineup- Vulcan-Gray, cf; Rice, lb; Rock-strom. Hatch, c; Lapp, 2b; Mcr-lak, ss; Oscar, rf; Buch, If. Webb, p. Lethbridge-Schweitzer, rf; Duns-worlh. Ih: J. Gillis. ss; Green, .'lb; Johnston, cf; V. Gillis, 2b; Bond, c; C. Gillis. If; Lund, p. DOMINION TIRES TO THE RESCUE! i c A sense of security-a freedom from tire troubles-and a new enjoyment of motoring luxury-all come with IN Nobby Treads" "Chain Treads" ore the most economical-the least expensive tiies you can put on a car, mileage considered. 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