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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKHALP PAGE THREE 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus | V/HATt> THE MATTE*  WE YOU ASHAMED TO BE SEEM LEAVIM* ,VOOR OWN NO-fcOT HERE COMES ME WIPE* SHE V*ONT LET ME40 00T �F 5>HE SEES* WE UET*> HlDR ' BEHIND THESE RUSHES DlDfVT itellxoo to ^ i v/CZ. ju�dT vaterthe uav/m early e>R\N watch you- y\ cal'-me: B/46 Philadelphia .. ... 5!) 49 .546 54 � .526 Cincinnati .. . .. e:J, 57 .525 Chicago..... . .. 511 5� .513 Brooklyn .. 5!) .473 69 .400 37 12 .339 Bender Was Strong Philadephia, Aug. 21.-Bender's remarkable pitching featured the double-header with Chicago here today, Philadelphia winning the llrst game, G to 0, and Chicago the second 4 to 2. Bender held Chicago to one single in the lirst. game and he gave only two bases on balls, while he pitched to only 28 batsmen. It was Bender's third suc^ cesslvo :;hut-out and his fourth straight victory. Chicago.......flOO 000 000-0 1 3 Philadelphia .. . . 320 000 lOx-0 "S 0 Vaughn and ISlllott; Bonder and Kil-lifer. Second game- Chicago.......000 004 000-4 G 0 Philadelphia .. . .000 000 Oil-2 4 1 Carler and Wilson; Hixey, Lavender, Mayer and Adams. Defeated Boston Boston, Aug. 21.-St. Louis with Goodwin pitching good, hall, defeated Boston 1 to 0 In six innings today, the game being called because of ntin. St. Louis.......010 000 000-1 4 2 Boston........000 000 000-0 1 1 . Goodwin and Snyder; Hughes and Moyors. Giants Lost Now York, Aug. 21.-The Now York Nationals lost their third straight game hero today, being beaten by Cincinnati 7 to 3. The winning streak of Pitcher Sallee of Now York, was broken after he had won 10 straight Karnes. Ellor pitched sensational hall after rolteving Kngan, striking out the aide on nine pitched balls in < tho ninth. Cincinnati.....220 010 200-7 14 0 New York......100 400 000-5 9 3 ; Ragan, Eller and Wiugo; Salleo and Rariden. 13 Innings to Tie Brooklyn, Aug. 21.-Brooklyn and Pittsburg battled ]3 innings to a 3 to 3 tie today. All the excitement was conflnod to tho 10th inning whon with two out Pitlor singeld and scored with Fischer on tho latter's home run drive to the scoro board. Brooklyn tiod tho score again in its half. Pittsburg . .000 000 100 200 0-3 8 1 Brooklyn . .000 001000 200 0-3 11 1 Stoele and PIschor, Wagner'; Proffer, Smith and Miller, AMERICAN Won. Lost. Chicago........ 74 45 Boston........ 70 Cleveland...... 65 Detroit........ GO New York....... 55 Washington..... 53 Philadelphia..... 41 St. Louis....... 39 46 56 57 58 59 69 72 P.C. .622 .603 .537 �.513 .487 .473 .373 .351 8COTTI8H LEAGUE FOOTBALL GAMES Well, Hans Wagner Is still tho samo old Hans. He whacks the pill almost to pieces, but still the Pirates can't get ahead. There was a time when Wagner was the wholo Pittsburg team, but that r'ay Beoms to have passed, too. Chicago Won Chicago, Aug. 21-A fist fight between Del Gainer, first baseman for the Boston club, and "Chick" Gandil, guardian of the initial sack for Chicago, followed the third game of the important series between the two leaders for the pennant which the locals won 2 to 0, today. The game Itself was one of the hardest fought of the series. It was a pitcher's battle between Ruth and Russell with the latter having all the better of the argument. Russell pitched a perfect game and was given some sparkling support. \ Boston........000 000 000-0 5 1 Chicago.......OOOOOllOx-2 7 0 Ruth and Agnew; Russell and Schalk. Ten Innings Detroit, Aug. 21.-New York defeated Detroit 3 to 1 in 10 innings today, scoring its first victory over Boland sinco he came into the American league three years ago. Packinpaugh's safe bunt, a pass to Pipp, Maisel's sacrifice and Bakor'u single produced the winning run. Shawkey allowed only four hits. New York .. ..000 000 100 2-3 10 0 Detroit.......100 000 000 0-1 4 1 Shawkey and Nunamaker; Boland and Yelle. Hit Myers Hard Cleveland, Aug. 21.-Cleveland defeated Philadelphia 16 to 3 today, hitting Myers at will. Bagby, in addition to keeping Philadelphia's hits scattered, made four hits and scored as many runs himself as did his opponents. Philadelphia .. ..000 002 010-3 13 2 Cleveland......00G 104 21x-16 13 0 Myers and Schang, Haley; Bagby and O'Neill. ^Washington-St. Louis, postponed on account, of rain. Glasgow, Aug. 20.-Following are the results of scheduled Scottish league football games, played yesterday on the grounds of the first named clubs: Airdrieonlans, 2; Queen's Park 4. Celtic, 4; Ayr United, 0. Clydebank, 0; Clyde, 4. Dumbarton, 4; Falkirk, 1. Hamilton Academicals, 1; Hibernians, 0. Hearts, 2; St. Mirren, 1. Kilmarnock, 0; Rangers, 1. Partick Thistle, 8; Morton 3. Third Lanark, 2; Motherwell, 4. CANADIANS WON IN ATHLETIC EVENTS PACIFIC COAST Salt I